Last week representatives from the team at Pure AV and Staffordshire University attended the InAVation Awards dinner at the exciting Gashouder venue in Amsterdam.
The awards now in their 10th year, brought together almost 800 pro AV professionals to celebrate and honour the best and most creative projects throughout EMEA, with awards given for work in sectors including; education, corporate, leisure, retail and public sector.
Pure AV was selected as one of eight finalists in the hotly contested category of Education Project of the Year for work completed on a campus transformation project at Staffordshire University. The entries in the category came from over 17 different EMEA countries with the ultimate winner a project completed at The Maersk Building at Copenhagen University by Danish integrator Stouenborg Aps.
The evening offered a fantastic occasion to meet up with peers from within the industry, and with organisers reporting more entries than ever; the team at Pure AV and Staffordshire University can be proud to have been selected as finalists for such a prestigious award.
Staffordshire University Campus Transformation
The project at Staffordshire University is part of a large campus transformation that seeks to extend learning beyond formal teaching spaces and establish a new model for collaborative teaching rooms.
A strong partnership between Pure AV and the Digital Services team at Staffordshire University, supported by wider engagement with academics and a clear strategic direction from University Management was central to the success of this project. It has resulted in the establishment of a new template for learning spaces that is encouraging innovation in teaching practice and enhancing the student experience.
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