|Project:||East Baton Rouge Career and Technology Education Center|
|Location:||Baton Rouge, LA|
|Designer / Architect:||Domain Architecture|
|Contractor:||Lincoln Builders, Cornerstone Commercial Flooring|
|ARMSTRONG FLOORING:||Standard Excelon Imperial Texture|
East Baton Rouge Career and Technology Education Center, Flexible Design Supports Contemporary Learning
The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board knew it needed a vocational school to serve the area’s 13 high schools. How it would operate, and its curriculum focus, were yet to be decided, and it left Domain Architecture with a responsibility to design a learning space focused on flexibility.
Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge (EBR) Career and Technology Education Center (CTEC) is a 35,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art building outfitted to teach high school students the latest technology, as well as vocational trades like electrical and carpentry. The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board called on Domain Architecture, also based in Baton Rouge, to design the first-of-its-kind education building for the school system.
Led by Director of Architecture Kate Balfour McLean and Designer Austin Duhon, Domain Architecture conceptualized a building that allowed for maximum flexibility while implementing wayfinding elements.