Classrooms

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about classrooms

Projet • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersMusées

National Museum of American Diplomacy

BBB’s design for the National Museum of American Diplomacy, located at the State Department Headquarters in Washington DC, features interactive technologies that support real-time connections with embassies and exhibits throughout the world. Visitors will be welcomed into a grand 15,400 SF entry lobby that opens into an exhibition pavilion and gallery spaces. The design also includes a theater, classrooms, gift shops, museum support spaces, security screening, and climate control systems for the collections. The next phase of the project, which totals approximately 20,000 SF, will include additional museum spaces and will restore much of the historic lobby of the Marshall Building. MediaGeez - Garland Gray   En savoir plus

Projet • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersCentres culturels

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is housed in several historic brick industrial buildings along the Norwalk River and adjacent to the vibrant South Norwalk downtown historic district. BBB was engaged to design several new additions and renovation projects in response to the replacement of an aging railroad bridge that previously bisected the Aquarium campus. Building additions will utilize previously unoccupied portions of the Aquarium site, located away from the bridge construction area, and will improve and modernize the Aquarium’s facilities and exhibits. The contemporary design of the additions, emphasizing transparency and light, is an intentional contrast to the heavy brick walls of the existing buildings while also complementin... En savoir plus

Projet • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersBibliothèques

Harvard Undergraduate House Renewal Winthrop House

Winthrop House, comprised of two Neo-Georgian former freshman dormitory buildings from 1913, had undergone few upgrades since its construction. The renewal program re-envisioned Winthrop’s residential, academic, social, and co-curricular spaces and addresses technical challenges, including significant envelope upgrades, the installation of all-new mechanical systems, and detailed restoration work for the House’s signature public spaces. Amidst the sensitive context of Harvard’s River Houses, BBB also designed Robert M. Beren Hall, a distinctive 41-bed addition that includes shared amenities for undergraduates. Working with the House Renewal Project Management Office, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, the Faculty Deans, and s... En savoir plus

Projet • By Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & PlannersBureaux

NYPL, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Ongoing renovations at this New York City and National Historic Landmark in midtown Manhattan will enable the library to provide a greater range of public facing-programs, exhibitions, and amenities, augment research facilities, and improve logistics and services for its many constituents as the building continues into its second century. Spaces formerly serving back-of-house uses are restored for public use—including the Center for Research in the Humanities, dedicated to research and scholarly work. Other proposed enhancements include the Marshall Rose Plaza, a new public entrance and terrace, new exhibition, retail, and café functions, as well as adding vertical circulation and upgrading building systems, all in deference to... En savoir plus

Projet • By MecanooBibliothèques

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library

SNFL is a new-generation library for all New Yorkers, with special facilities for young users, adult learning, and business. It offers the perfect contemporary complement to NYPL’s world-famous Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (SASB), located across Fifth Avenue from SNFL. SASB opened in 1911, designed by architects Carrère & Hastings in a glorious Beaux-Art style, and receives over 1.7 million visits a year as the mothership of NYPL’s reference collections. New features at SNFL reflect this harmony between the buildings: long tables that recall the impressive scale of those in SASB’s Rose Main Reading Room, ceiling artwork in the Long Room that echoes the neo-classical paintings set in SASB’s ceilings, and... En savoir plus

Projet • By CO ArchitectsUniversités

Health Innovation Center and Founders Hall

CO Architects teamed with GBBN Architects to deliver a state-of-the-art transdisciplinary educational facility to train future healthcare practitioners at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) in Highland Heights, KY.  The addition of the Health Innovation Center and renovation of the adjoining Founders Hall (built in 1974) creates a seamless complex for learning, collaboration, and practice.  The unified 210,000-square-foot facility houses classrooms, offices, conference rooms, laboratories, and a full simulation and clinical skills suite to train practitioners in addressing Kentucky’s specific health challenges, including diabetes, heart disease, opioid addiction, and cardio-pulmonary illnesses.  This transdisciplinary a... En savoir plus

Produit • By Yellow Goat DesignCUMULUS

CUMULUS

Our newest design, CUMULUS, will make you feel like you’re on design Cloud 9. Built to be a leaner, more budget-friendly version of the BUBBLE, CUMULUS is a separator screen for social distancing in reconfigured classrooms. Made in the shape of Bob Ross’s favorite "happy little clouds" these panels can be built in a variety of acrylic colors and/or can be digitally printed with a pattern or logo of your choosing. En savoir plus

Projet • By Bureau Brisson ArchitectesÉcoles primaires

Transformation of two classroom in Pully

Suite à une réorganisation de la distribution des élèves dans les différents collèges de Pully, le Collège des Alpes est devenu un collège uniquement primaire, rendant obsolète une partie de ses équipements. Pour faire suite aux travaux entreprise à l'été 2016, qui avait notamment vu déménager la salle de science dans le Collège Arnold Reymond, les espaces du rez inférieur du Collège des Alpes ont été repensés et une surface de presque 300m2 a été dégagée en vue de la création d'un APEMS pour environ 85 enfants.Les locaux ont donc été repensé... En savoir plus
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Projet • By Atelier MjKUniversités

University of the District of Columbia Building 41

This is a two-phase project for the College of Arts and Sciences, and design for phase one began in 2017. Atelier MjK is the interior/signage consultant. The first phase includes the renovation of 7,480 sf in one of the University’s 1960s brutalist buildings, and the second phase of this project, anticipated to start later this year, will be a 40,000 sf renovation. En savoir plus

Projet • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Écoles secondaires

Menasha High School

The Menasha High School project disproves the theory that existing building renovations cannot achieve the same modern, flexible and dynamic impact as new construction. Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) helped guide the District through a comprehensive process to align the facilities with modern education and implement personalized, collaborative learning practices while preserving the historic character of the building. The enhanced building serves the school’s diverse socioeconomic population through the creation of active learning and collaborative spaces, improved building accessibility and the addition of music and science wings.It was crucial to the District’s vision that renovations addressed circulation and ADA accessibility concerns a... En savoir plus

Projet • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Écoles primaires

Lake Mills School District

To address aging and overcrowding, Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) assisted the Lake Mills Area School District (LMASD) in creating a new K-4 school that accommodates 600 students in a modern learning environment. A hands-on design process with teachers, administration and the community resulted in a learning neighborhood design that features transparency and flexibility and variety, with the ability to accommodate future community growth and evolving modes of teaching.In this transformative school, learning is no longer restricted to the classroom but happens throughout the building. EUA strategically created small group educational opportunities in circulation paths and under stairwells with flexible and built-in furniture. Throughout the... En savoir plus

Projet • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Écoles primaires

Franklin High School

Franklin School District wanted to address capacity issues and add a new Performing Arts Center to the High School campus. To create community pride and transform the existing, relatively windowless high school into a center for community activity, the District used this as an opportunity to completely renovate the school, aesthetically and functionally; changing the way education is provided to the high school population. A two-story learning space was added, as well as a new performing arts center, and the exterior façade redesigned to create a new face for the community. A large portion of the remaining facility underwent substantial renovation, changing the way education is delivered from teacher-centered to student-centered.To achieve... En savoir plus

Projet • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Écoles primaires

Sun Prairie Area School District

As one of the fastest growing communities in Wisconsin, Sun Prairie Area School District’s existing seven elementary schools had reached capacity. As a result of a facilities study, it was determined that two new elementary schools were needed to accommodate the continued enrollment growth. The schools were designed around four drivers – Learning is Central, Diversity, Authentic Engagement and Leaders of Innovation – and resulted in highly flexible environments where learning can happen anywhere. These drivers were integrated in both design and function. Movable walls allow for co-teaching and the expanding of classrooms; reconfigurable furniture supports different needs and learning styles, allowing teachers to highly customize their space... En savoir plus

Projet • By Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)Écoles primaires

Waunakee Intermediate School

Together with the Waunakee Community School District (WCSD) and community input, EUA developed a plan to address a growing community and the need for flexibility for future expansion by creating financially responsible solutions supported by public outreach. The design of the new 800-student intermediate school honors Waunakee’s strong agricultural heritage, devoted part of the community and uniqueness within the school district.The interior design supports the educational programming, promoting an active learning atmosphere. As a means of wayfinding and student identity, the school is organized into learning neighborhoods, called “villages,” representing natural elements necessary for growth – earth, wind, sun and water. Each village was d... En savoir plus

Projet • By Acton Ostry ArchitectsÉcoles primaires

St. Augustine School

The Oblates of Mary Immaculate founded St. Augustine School over one hundred years ago, at which time the school shared quarters with St. Augustine Church in a domed, three-storey, brick building located in the Kitsilanoneighbourhood of Vancouver. In 1951, the original school was demolished and replaced with what was to be a temporary, single-storey, wood-frame building. Sixty-four years later, a new three-storey, 300 student, 4,200 square metre, red brick-clad school and child care facility that features fifteen classrooms, a learning commons, multipurpose spaces and allowance for a new gymnasium occupies the compact site. The new school is clad with brick masonry and provides a symbolic link to the existing St. Augustine Church + P... En savoir plus