Why the architects of a creative community centre turned to Fantoni for customization

Boise, USA – When the family behind American agrifood business Simplot decided to build a multi-use community space to honour the memory of their founder, Jack, they weren't thinking small.

The resulting campus, dedicated to no less than sparking human potential, was built around the company’s Boise, Idaho, headquarters. Called JUMP, an acronym for Jack's Urban Meeting Place, it features an outdoor amphitheatre, auditorium, canteen, meeting, play and brainstorming spaces, music and film-making spaces, studios for dancing, 3D-printing and even kitchens for foodie innovation . . . . .

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