Canyon View High School Aims to Change Education by Reshaping Space
Metropolis magazine outlines how our approach for Canyon View High School pushes beyond traditional models of teaching and creates a flexible, community-focused high school that responds to student needs and fosters independent learning.
Collective ownership of space … became critical in the design and function of spaces for the school. The building forms and functional adjacencies blur the boundaries between inside and outside, teaching and learning, public and private.”
Beyond the building itself, the designers worked to highlight the importance of user health and experience in a sustainable space. The firm’s VALUES (Viewing Architecture through the Lens of User Experience for Sustainability) metric system, covers a range of topics from indoor air quality to community access and visual and thermal comfort.
In the Media
The New European Bauhaus: An Opportunity to Revisit the Way We Think About Prisons
Marayca Lopez dives in to what the New European Bauhaus means for the future of correctional facilities with Justice Trends.
Here to There: A Journal to Excellence and Equity in Philadelphia
Troy Glover’s piece in Essentials magazine shows how systemic change in planning, design, and construction results in equitable environments for students.
Nine Workplace Design Considerations to Elevate Your Enterprise
Jonathan Grefaldon talked with D Magazine on the nine considerations our designers discuss to create the perfect workplace for every stakeholder.
Unlocked Doors Were "First Line of Defense" at Uvalde School
Todd Ferking talks with the Associated Press on functional and historical issues that contributed to the tragedy at Uvalde.
Northern Arizona University Student-Athlete High Performance Center featured on ArchDaily
ArchDaily explores Northern Arizona University Student-Athlete High-Performance Center, a state-of-the-art training facility designed to attract top student-athletes and focused on wellness and development.