The Active Learning Classroom utilizes technology in a way that makes learning in a group setting easier than ever. Catalyst provided the conference tables and seating for this innovative space.
Lincoln High School, in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, was unoccupied for 16 years until 1997, when Seattle Public Schools (SPS) began to utilize it as a swing site for various elementary, middle, and high schools in construction. In response to the district’s need to accommodate growth in 2019, Bassetti Architects and Catalyst were commissioned to restore this designated Seattle landmark to a viable, 21st-century learning facility while celebrating its 20th-century roots.
After 12 years of use, the South Park Branch needed to be closed for improvements that support the changing ways that patrons are using libraries and to make the branch a more enjoyable space to read, study and collaborate. This included all new furnishings provided by Catalyst.
The groundbreaking Hans Rosling Center for Population Health brings related yet disparate specialties together to pursue global health and a world where all people can live healthier and more fulfilling lives.
In the UW Health Sciences Education Building, students learn integrated patient care in an integrated training facility. The 100,000 square-foot, four-story, fully modern facility was completed in 2019.
This renovation project at the University of Washington's Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-Labs) was focused on designing a space that reflected the advance research and work they do. The UW wanted a one-of-a-kind environment to showcase the Institute's innovative and world-leading research while supporting their students in the process of collaboration, research, and discovery.
The goal of this Sedro-Woolley School District project was to modernize the current campus and introduce over 77,000 square feet of updated amenities and classrooms. The project scope covered over 173,000 square feet and was designed with safety and sustainability at the forefront. Awarded "Sustainable Project of the Year (2014) and "Pervious Concrete Construction Design Award", this project set the stage for educational institutions across the country.
This newly constructed Campus was a hugely important step for Bellarmine Prep, that helped them to project their school as a leader in 21st-century education. This groundbreaking 19,470 square foot central gathering space was designed to promote collaboration, community, security, and engagement for the students and community at large. This building was created and designed in alignment with the school's mission to educate the young leaders of our future.