Student design input shapes new collaboration space at Lake Zurich High School

Student design input shapes new collaboration space at Lake Zurich High School

Dynamic, coffeehouse-style lounge shaped by student design input will empower kids to collaborate on projects and learn from each other.
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Class in Session at New Science Addition at Elmwood Park High School

With bright and roomy classes that open to the corridor thanks to the large overhead doors, distance markings on the floor and “drop-zones” in...
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21st Century Learning Environments

Creating a 21st Century Learning Environments with Students at Crete-Monee School District

Our team recently brainstormed with students at Crete-Monee School District to develop the program for their new 21st century learning environments. Students were given color markers and encouraged to write their ideas, draw sketches and make color selections...
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USGBC Announces Top 10 States For LEED In 2014

Ridgewood High School Among Buildings Contributing to State of Illinois' Top LEED Ranking...
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Newly Renovated TV/Radio Broadcasting Studio Unveiled

We're very excited to see the folks over at WCIU's You & Me This Morning give a shout-out to the newly unveiled TV/Radio Broadcasting Studio at Homewood Flossmoor High School. Take a look...
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A celebration of commitment and expertise

At DLA we realize that our people are what make the firm stand out. Employees recognized for service include: Jose Pareja, Matt Lowe, Tracy Biederstadt, Hilarion Amaro, & Sandy Warren
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Congratulations to the THINK [about architecture] Scholarship Recipients

We're pleased to announce that the judging is complete and we've awarded the final THINK [about architecture] scholarships...
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Learning Environments for Tomorrow… last week

The workshop Learning Environments for Tomorrow (LEFT) was a great immersion into the minds of...
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Learning Environments for Tomorrow | Harvard Graduate School of Education

To build or renovate a school in the 21st century is no easy feat. When you consider that many schools were built 40-plus years ago, educators and architects are often challenged with how to design spaces where learning is flexible and meets the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s digital
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