In addition to the 2, 3, and 4-bedroom apartments, the new development includes collaborative study areas and high-end social spaces that some have compared to a “boutique cosmopolitan hotel.” The goal was to provide the safety and security that students need, while also creating an interior that enhanced the experience of university life.
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In developing its latest concepts, San Diego Office Design drew on significant experience across many sectors, such as residential, commercial, hospitality, and retail. The firm states that its proprietary think-tank approach, which encourages design inputs from clients, was central to the project’s successful outcome, while the ability to source unique furniture from local producers also elevated the interiors above what would normally be seen in such a development.
According to CBRE Research, American universities are only able to accommodate 21.5% of students in on-campus housing, creating a growing demand for suitable offsite facilities. In contrast to the traditional dormitory model, the requirements of modern students have also evolved, placing an emphasis on privacy, security, and location.
Situated near the gateway to SDSU, the new StateSide project aims to provide maximum convenience, while also offering a comfortable and modern environment in support of students’ wellbeing. The signature feature of the development is its sky lounge, which offers a private retreat with panoramic views of SDSU.
“Our design think-tank approach(TM) is unique in the industry and delivers truly collaborative and innovative solutions,” a company representative explained. “We are also proud to feature a wide range of local, sustainable, and unique furniture products that are both good for local clients and for our environment.”
About San Diego Office Design
Lead designer and CEO Tamara Romeo was recently recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as one of the “Top 50 Women of Influence in Architecture and Design.” Herself an alumnus of SDSU, Tamara welcomed the opportunity to contribute to the success and happiness of the next generation of students.
“San Diego Office Design, while working under the tightest of timelines and around a construction schedule that wasn’t alterable, pulled magic out of the air to breathe new life into our corporate lobby and conference areas,” one client recently stated. “We were so impressed with SDOD’s integrity, creativity, and can-do attitude that we’ve partnered with them again for the redesign of our executive suite.”
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