Texas A&M University’s Computer Service Center was an old, institutional space serving thousands of students, staff and faculty on campus. The University wanted an environment that was open, inviting, cutting-edge and modern space that was inviting for all users.

The Arkitex Studio accomplished these goals by using a clean, well-organized, modern design with a lot of open space. A circuit board served as inspiration for the design, with walls using both angles and curves. Glass walls create transparency, while wood brings both a high-end feel and a sense of warmth. The design integrates high-end technology, including a thirty-six foot wide video wall, and the latest touch screen video conferencing system allowing a positive and user-friendly experience.