Opened in 2013, the renovated 2,700-square-foot office, in a facility owned by the KSU Foundation, features multiple huddle areas, a conference room and non-traditional meeting spaces that suit the center’s approach to journalism and the work habits of its young professionals.
The design supports the center’s brand, using its logo shape and colors, KSU’s colors and the history of journalism as inspiration. Architectural elements included radial corners, curved coffered ceilings and furniture choices echoing the center’s geometric logo.
The Center for Sustainable Journalism, widely recognized for its commitment to providing high quality and ethically sound journalism, is a national leader in the exchange of news and information about juvenile justice and the youth services industry. It will produce its online and print publications in these news offices.
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