Educational Environments No. 3 brings welcome news at a critical time for America's educational community - now preparing students for an increasingly uncertain and volatile world - by providing a thoughtful look at many of the newest and most inspired educational facilities for students from K-12 to university and beyond, as designed by some of the nation's leading architects and interior designers. The range of facilities illustrated in this volume's meticulously reproduced, four-color pages reflects the broad scope of today's educational activities. The elementary schools, high schools, classroom buildings, laboratories, dormitories, student centers, gymnasiums, libraries, community centers, museums, performing arts centers, dining halls, visitors centers and other facilities depicted in Educational Environments No. 3 will give educators, supporters of education, concerned citizens and their architects and interior designers, an excellent opportunity to review their own options for planning, designing and building state-of-the-art facilities. To help readers make frequent, easy use of its resources Educational Environments No. 3 is organized alphabetically by design firm, with each project indexed by educational institution and location. Educators, their supporters and advocates, as well as architects and interior designers serving the educational world, will be able to measure their own projects and project requirements against the recent achievements presented here as they consider how to make education more accessible and effective in their communities.Agnes Scott College, Mary Brown Bullock Science Center, Decatur, GA, 162 Agnes Scott College, McCain Library, ... Lemberg Academic Center, Waltham, MA, 52 Brunswick School, Lower School and Gymnasium, Greenwich, CT, 180 Burranbsp;...
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