The Innovation Academy in Alpharetta, Ga., will be set up to prepare high school students to become leaders in a knowledge economy. Images: Cooper Carry
The design firm Cooper Carry combined three of its practice studios to collaborate on this projec...
The 300,000-sf Ulysses S. Grant High School in Portland, Ore., saw an opportunity to help fix some of its student problems through improved architectural design. Image: Benjamin Benschneider
Bullying, unintended segregation, privacy, and gender neutrality all factored into the redesign a...read more
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Ai3 Architects designed the project.
All photos: Laurian Ghinitoiu
The school encourages indoor-outdoor learning.
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The project is slated for completion in 2021.
The 19th-Century Beaux Arts Flagg Building within the Corcoran School of Arts & Design is now a state-of-the-art environment for education and exhibition. Image: LEO A DALY
Projects typically emphasize natural light, collaborative spaces, and resource efficiency.
Gilbane, Balfour Beatty, Turner, CORE Construction, and Skanska lead the rankings of the nation's...read more
Fanning Howey reimagined a traditional K-6 school and turned it into the Hilliard (Ohio) Innovation Hub, which now serves grades 6-12. Photo: William Manning
DLR Group, PBK, Huckabee, Stantec, and VLK Architects top the rankings of the nation's largest K-...read more
An outdoor classroom at Coolidge Corner School, a preK-8 in Brookline, Mass., which John F. Kennedy once attended. HMFH Architects was the design firm. CRJA-IBI Group was the landscape architect. Shawmut Design and Construction was the CM. Photo: HMFH Architects / Ed Wonsek
K-12 school districts are emphasizing practical, hands-on experience and personalized learning....
The update adds credits to lower carbon footprints and to promote climate change resiliency.
Pictured: Klein A45, Catskill Mountains, New York, by Bjarke Ingels Group. This prototype mountainside cabin is entirely customizable for homeowners to purchase, tailor, and have the tiny house built within 4-6 months in any location, for any purpose. Photo: Matthew Carbone
Bjarke Ingels Group's prototype mountainside cabin and Fieldwork's forest pedestrian bridges are...read more
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The three labs will each house a different focus.
All Photos: Rasmus Hjortshoj
Modernistic development brings eye-catching architecture to the Faroe Islands.
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LMN Architects designed the facility.
All renderings courtesy Perkins+Will
Perkins+Will is designing the building.
Courtesy Cypress College
Sundt Construction is building the project.
All renderings courtesy Ennead Architects
Ennead Architects, in partnership with Andropogon Landscape Architects, is designing the project....
Photo: Christian Phillips
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson designed the project.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts arranges is academic year around concentrated terms that provide its students the opportunity to hone skills for real-life work. Image: Robert Benson Photography
The latest addition embodies the school’s emphasis on collaborative problem-solving.
Perkins+Will is designing the school.
San Diego's newest library branch provides a larger state-of-the-art resource for a growing uptown community. Image: Brady Architectural Photography
It features larger gathering spaces and more technology than its predecessor.
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Perkins+Will designed the building.
Courtesy Urbahn Architects
The school is named in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision of the “Beloved Community.”
Courtesy Francis Dzikowski
Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects designed the addition.
Image by Dave Burk
WeWork is designed to help children learn through introspection, exploration, and discovery.
The school will accommodate 900 students each year.
Courtesy KAI Design & Build
Arcturis is the Architect for the project.
Photo: Kate Glicksberg
The technical school is on the Frank J. Cargiulo Campus.
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LLB Architects designed the building.
The Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit, Mo., supports a diverse and flexible training program that can evolve as future careers emerge. The programs, for grades 10 through 16, include networking, engineering, medical, biomedical, graphics, hospitality, and cybersecurity. ©Michael Robinson, courtesy DLR Group.
Career and technical education is preparing K-12 students earlier than ever for college and the j...read more