Renovation of 3,000 SF within attic space in one of the University's original historic buildings to provide offices for upper level faculty, staff and graduate students to work. Space planning of the attic provides both fixed offices for permanent employees as well as work stations for temporary and floating staff and graduate students. The main challenge of the project was the provision of efficient, flexible and ergonomic work spaces within the seemingly confining space of the attic. Information technology was provided to all work spaces in an unobtrusive manner to blend in with the existing building architecture. Much consideration was given to the lighting design to provide adequate and natural light levels. The design also integrates many historic details from the original building throughout the space.