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article thumbnailCleveland, OH –March 17, 2014 BLRB Architects (Tacoma, WA) for the Helen Keller Elementary School, (Kirkland, WA): EE&K A&E - a Joint Venture of Perkins Eastman, SK&A and Setty & Associates in association with Moody•Nolan (Washington, DC)  for the Dunbar Senior High School, (Washington, DC); NAC|Architecture(Seattle, WA) for the Secondary Learning Center(Renton, WA); RB+B Architects, Inc. (Fort Collins, CO) for the Casey Middle School, (Boulder, CO) received Grand Prize Awards for...
article thumbnailPark Crossing High School Featured in the National Building Museum Designing for Disaster exhibit highlights Alabama as the only state requiring schools to have storm shelter WASHINGTON, D.C. — From earthquakes and hurricanes, to flooding and rising sea levels, natural disasters can strike anywhere and at any time. No region of the country is immune from the impacts and rising costs of disaster damage. In light of this stark reality, the National Building Museum (NBM) opened the multimedia...
article thumbnail  Technology is reshaping education around the world. From the rapid proliferation of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, to the widespread use of devices that support a variety of “blended learning” models (part online, part bricks-and-mortar). READ THIS ENTIRE WHITE PAPER IN THE SPRING 2014 DIGITAL EDITION OF LEARNING BY DESIGN.   This design research study was conducted to evaluate the spatial implications of technology on learning spaces. Observations were conducted at 16 schools, which...
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