Richardson Memorial Hall’s spacious main rooms on either end of the third, fourth and fifth floors are used as studios. Every student in the school is assigned a personal desk in one of these studios each semester and the studios are accessible at all hours for design and other course work. The studios have windows on three sides, high ceilings and open trusses and are fully networked. Each studio has at least one desktop computer available for student use that is loaded with a selection of design software, including Rhinoceros, AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Maya, the Adobe Suite and Microsoft Office.
Classrooms throughout the building include both small and large seminar rooms, lecture and exhibition halls, and special purpose rooms. Each classroom is equipped with HDMI compatible projectors or large format digital displays.