Congratulations, you've graduated! Now, how do you adjust to life outside the gates of academia? One recently-minted architect shares his observations on the transition from school to professional work. Read More +
We live in a dynamic, fast-paced world that demands continuous adaptation. As lifelong learners, we believe that we must be in constant motion—communicating, collaborating, and evolving. We strive to continually provide innovative design strategies on every project, viewing each as an opportunity to enhance communities and improve the human condition. Here you will find our recent thinking on learning.
Recent emphasis on the importance of science, technology, engineering and math education has left the arts and design on the sidelines of the classroom. Yet in order to maximize STEM learning, we may first need to expand its definition to include STEAM. Read More +
How can we reimagine mobile classrooms in the 21st century? Allen Post explains how Sprout Space - the first high-performance modular classroom - came to be and why it more essential than ever Read More +
A school that high school juniors and seniors are actually excited to go to? That is what is happening at Blue Valley CAPS. Read More +
Practice-based education provides the opportunity for research development, which is especially needed if we are to fully understand the human and ecological benefits associated with sustainable design. Read More +
As many school districts across the country begin to embrace the idea of project-based learning, one school is taking leaps and bounds towards the future. Read More +
By approaching the sometimes delicate cultural and policy-based issues of an institution through a facilities and land planning perspective, our team helped their client move toward a more sustainable future. Read More +