New renewed computer laboratory was opened at Subotica Tech - College of Applied Sciences. Renovation and redesign of laboratory was sponsored by Studio Present agency. With this project Subotica Tech got a new and modern laboratory with cosy ambient. Whole renovation was inspired by office design of Studio Present which are located at Digital Hive complex. Studio Present wanted to make learning space for students more cosy and inspiring and to put touch of their company space and design into computer laboratory at Subotica Tech. Besides renovation of computer laboratory this agency has long tradition of awarding scholarships for the best students at Subotica Tech.
Vladimir Cocovic from Studio Present said: "It is a great pleasure to say, that we finished a slightly different project, but for us, one of the most important. We are more than happy that we got the opportunity to renovate one of the laboratories at Subotica Tech - College of Applied Sciences (VTŠ). We gave the old classroom a fresh, modern look, provided new furniture and lighting, electrical and network installations so that students could work on their projects in the best possible conditions. In addition to technical improvements, we tried to bring our positive energy into the room itself so that students would feel comfortable in the new laboratory every day.
In the past few years, the best VTŠ students have had the opportunity to be our scholarship holders. We wanted students to know how much we appreciate their work and reward them. In addition to receiving scholarships, students have the opportunity to learn and improve through practice and work in our Agency and together with our team overcome the challenges of working on various projects. We are proud to say those scholarship students are part of our team today, as full-time employees of our Agency. It is precisely these details that fulfill us and why we want our satisfaction and positive energy to be transmitted and spread where it will be sincerely valued, but also where it is most needed."