Educational Interiors

Chicago, IL LEED Gold for Schools

Cedar Ridge High School, located in Round Rock, Texas and designed by Perkins+Will, uses sustainable design and an academy concept to capture students’ attention.

With a design concept driven by its end users, the new addition to Omaha North High School is a model for teaching students -- and the public -- about the benefits of sustainability.

The Marysville Getchell Campus, designed by DLR Group, makes use of small learning communities and a beautiful site to provide high schoolers in the Pacific Northwest with a radically reshaped education.

The 75,000-squarefoot facility will provide a semester study experience in the nation’s capital for NYU students.

Gracia Studio designs a culinary arts center in Tijuana that brings the outside in, creating a learning environment students actually want to attend.

RMJM looks to the past to design a progressive model for college campuses across the country—with an eye toward sustainability.

The main buildings of arguably the greenest high school ever built are oriented to let in sea breezes and an abundance of natural light.
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