Ohlone College Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology wanted to build a campus that was conducive to learning and discussion while “utilizing the environment to enhance, evoke and support active learning and teaching.” Flexibility to support a variety of teaching and learning styles, technology, ergonomic comfort, and sustainability were at the top of the criteria list for the new space. One Workplace developed prototype classrooms that met all of these needs. The furniture solutions are easily movable, comfortable, sustainable, and integrate both “high” and “low” tech communication and display methods. Classroom settings are highly flexible and integrate the architecture, technology and furniture into flexible and active learning environments. Sustainable Steelcase solutions contributed to Platinum LEED certification, the first in the nation.