Founded in 1746, Princeton is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution.
Together with Steelcase, we have supported the development of Princeton’s furniture standards to meet the university’s evolving requirements. Our team’s understanding of their standards enables us to work with Princeton and their design partners to ensure a smooth project delivery when they undergo changes within their campus facilities and allow us to recommend alternate solutions when needed.
Beyond day-to-day furniture needs and reconfigurations, our workplace technology and architectural interiors experts have implemented sound masking solutions and demountable partitions for Princeton’s facilities. Sound masking has been instrumental in providing sound barriers in some of the older buildings on campus, improving student and faculty experiences. By installing architectural solutions, Princeton University was able to create offices, open plan stations and conference rooms for students to conduct their research. The Frist Campus Center is the hub of social life at Princeton University, where we provided outdoor furniture for students to get together with peers to socialize and relax in between classes.