Posts Tagged ‘K-12 Design’

Metal panels wrap education facility

White panels update brick building February 2016 Issue  |  Metal Architecture Stevens & Wilkinson SC specified metal wall panels for an expansion and renovation project at Chapin High School, Chapin, S.C., to contrast with the existing brick and designate focal points. The areas encased in metal panels were designed to break the existing roof line and

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The Learning Evolution: Creating an Immersive Learningscape

The design of K-12 facilities is rapidly changing. When talking about designing educational facilities for (and in) the 21st century, design professionals have adapted a new way of thinking. Immersive learning environments are becoming increasingly popular due to their ability to incite creativity and encourage active collaboration. In fact, the ‘Immersive Learningscape‘ concept has successfully addressed

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