A Note on Dividing Space

This topic has come up in several discussions, because many of our meeting places are used for multiple purposes.

For the benefit of the architect, we’ll summarize in this one place: Having done an audit of concurrent events and group sizes, and taking into account the trade-offs required for a room to be divisible, we think it will be most workable to keep the divider between current Commons I and Commons II, keep room 106 divisible, and add a divider to the new youth room.

Rooms we will not assume must be divisible are the large Commons room and the chapel.

For any room that has a divider, we’re hoping for ease of use and reasonable acoustical separation.


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