These days, everyone seems to have a different idea of what constitutes a 21st century classroom. At Trilogy, we don’t think there is only one answer to that question. We think each school is a unique combination of student needs balanced against educational curriculum and existing physical facilities. At the Frisch School in New Jersey – a coed high school offering a dual curriculum of Judaic and college preparatory studies – we were asked to update an existing technology lab that had been created only a few years previously. Our solution focused on flexibility and mobility in technology, allowing the space to evolve as technology needs continue to change. Although still a work in progress, the response from both teachers and students alike has been very positive so far.