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- Bryan Bell on The Case for Pro Bono Design
- Steve on Improving the Architectural Process
- Dr R Kapur on Hospital Can Treat Emergency Room Patients Faster with Analysis of Treatment Process
- Susan Hughes on Designing Refuge: A Hospice Case Study
Category Archives: K-12
In this last column in a series on K-12 design, Barbara Crum, Principal and Market Sector Leader for K-12 at Perkins+Will, discusses a new type of learning environment that mirrors a traditional work place. The Center for Advanced Professional Studies …
In this second of a series on K-12 design, Barbara Crum, Principal and Market Sector Leader for K-12 at Perkins+Will, discusses the concept of project-based learning and how it was incorporated into the design of Coahulla Creek High School in …
In the first of this new three-part series. Barbara Crum, Principal and Market Sector Leader for K-12 at Perkins+Will, discusses the transformation of Benjamin E. Mays High School in Southwest Atlanta. Perkins+Will won an Atlanta Urban Design Commission Award for …
This week, view a video featuring two key members of the Sprout Space team. Joe and Erika discuss their favorite parts of the project.
Whenever I tell people about Sprout Space, Perkins+Will’s new concept for modular classrooms, the reaction is overwhelmingly positive. If you are involved in education at all or have ever had a child attend classes in a traditional trailer, then you …
Last week I introduced Sprout Space, the modular classroom we designed at Perkins+Will that we hope will replace the trailers now used by eight million students in this country. These trailers, which are barely legal to be occupied as buildings, …
Think about the classrooms of your childhood. Most likely every one was a big square, harshly lit by cheap fluorescent lights. And whether you were learning the multiplication tables or studying the solar system, chances are every classroom in your …
Capital isn’t so important in business. Experience isn’t so important. You can get both these things. What is important is ideas. If you have ideas, you have the main asset you need, and there isn’t any limit to what you …