Campus X, located in Rome, decided to give their school a transformation by using acid colors throughout the public spaces. The project was divided into two parts; a bright common area that is home to ping pong tables and lounge areas, as well as a more calmer space reserved for studying.
Tommaso Guerra was the designer in charge of creating these new spaces. Inspired by vibrant, 80's themed colors, Guerra uses wood tones throughout to provide easier concentration areas mostly in the study rooms. The concept was to design a place for students to study, relax, or socialize with one another.
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