Rendering Shows CHS Interior Environments

Posted by Ed Petersen on 9/13/2018

Check out these renderings that show what some interior spaces may look like in our re-imagined Centralia High School! Graphics shown on the walls are placeholders and may not appear exactly as shown when the building is complete. 

This image shows the secure entry space. This area is currently the open courtyard that visitors walk through to enter the building on the east side, facing the parking lot.
Secure entry

This image shows the front office space.Office space

This is the "grand entrance." This space is currently the outdoor courtyard that visitors walk through to enter the buidling. During normal operations, the security doors shown here will be closed. Visitors will have to enter through the office and obtain clearance to enter the building. During public events, such as athletic events, the doors will be open and people can walk though. The brick wall on the right is the current exterior gymnasium wall. 

Grand entrance

This is what a typical classroom space may look like. Furniture can be moved to suit the needs of each individual class.  The windows opening to the hallway feature blackout shades for use in security situations. Classroom

Hallways will feature light wells and "relight" windows that open into clasrooms to break up the wall space and bring natural light into the building. Hallway space

There will be several shared breakout open learning spaces in the building. breakout shared learning space

The library will be moving into a space that is currently a large interior courtyard. It will feature exposed wood beams, and skylights that allow natural light into the room. The furniture can be moved to suit different needs. 

Library

In the commons, our designers at BCRA took advantage of an opportunity to showcase some of the beautiful natural wood in the structure. As in other spaces, skylights will allow natural light to flood the commons space. The expanded food service area will facilitate quicker meal service times. Commons