• 57,266 square feet
• Capacity: 360 students in Grades 9-12
• A STEM themed educational mall
The design connects students to mathematical principles that have been around for millenia. For example, exploration begins on the facade with playful Fibonacci fenestration. Inside, students witness the earth's rotation via a Foucault pendulum in the entrance gallery. Throughout the building additional STEM concepts spark curiosity such as exposed building systems and acid-etched floors describing scientific principles.
2009 Schooldesigner.com Collabetition - Platinum Award
2007 Starnet Worldwide Design Awards - Education Award & Grand Prize Winner
2007 Published in National Science Teachers Association Guide to Planning School Science Facilities 2nd Edition
Photographs by: Robert Benson Photography