We work with schools to ensure that our designs for learning complement and inspire their educational philosophy.
Collaborative learning attempts to create real world connections and engagement with students in order to teach innovative thinking, preparing students for the most complex challenges in the real world. This translates into multiple types of spaces in the classrooms, including spaces for individual learning, group spaces for collaborative engagement, spaces for informal interactions, and places for more formal teaching. As technology evolves, so do places of learning. We place an emphasis on forward thinking design, creating spaces that can change and evolve along with the needs of students and teachers.
We understand the positive impacts of green space on students. Natural daylight, views, and connections to nature are imperative to wellbeing, and have a positive impact on students for learning, attention and health.