article thumbnailThe Wall Street Journal reported - Sept. 16, 2014 - Spending on higher-education construction in New York City will top $2 billion this year and will continue near that level for the next three years, according to a new...
article thumbnailThe new Manukau Institute of Technology campus is a rainbow of colours, and not just because it looks pretty. Officially opened in July, the Warren and Mahoney-designed building houses the faculty of business, with the...
article thumbnail> Level 1 of the University of South Carolina’s new Darla Moore School of Business on Greene street is the learning level with. It has 35 classrooms, a 250 seat auditorium and a 500 seat auditorium. The $106.5 million...

Learning By Design Highlights

LEARNING BY DESIGN Fall 2014 Edition - Awards of Excellence released Cleveland, Ohio – October 2, 2014 – LEARNING BY DESIGN has released its much-anticipated Fall 2014 edition, showcasing the nation’s best education design and construction projects, from pre-K thru 12 to college and university facilities. Of the dozens of architectural projects published two outstanding design projects were awarded a Grand Prize in the fall 2014 edition: NAC|Architecture (Seattle, WA) for Cherry Crest...
article thumbnailALBANY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EYP and WHR Architects, two internationally recognized design firms, have merged to better serve today’s most pressing public and private building infrastructure needs: education, healthcare and energy. The strategic alliance provides unparalleled access to integrated thought leadership and high-performance design capabilities, regardless of client location. “EYP and WHR are united by passion and purpose, fueled by research and focused on furthering our...
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...
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