The 800-student Caliber ChangeMakers Academy, built for $144 per square foot, saw architects, a nonprofit, and students collaborate on a vibrant color palette.
The 270,000-square-foot Children’s Village, designed by São Paulo–based firms Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum, was selected by a panel that included Elizabeth Diller and Kazuyo Sejima.
Years of ad hoc expansions has cut off St Teresa’s boarding school from nature, but new buildings by London-based IF_DO aim to turn the tide.
It's Fall, and as students are settling into another academic year, we're taking a look at some of the best and brightest education projects from the world-over.
Soaring 34 feet above an outdoor play area, the Broomlands Primary School's larch-clad canopy was inspired by the pitched roofs of local vernacular architecture.
Completed on a tight budget, the 1,615-square-foot project in West London offers moments of play and calm for students facing moderate to severe learning challenges.
The 28,000-square-foot facility, which opened this month in Manhattan’s Financial District, is Rockwell’s second project for the Blue School.
Adeyemi and his team from NLÉ draw from the verdant local landscape and age-old building traditions for the design of the Black Rhino Academy.
The Perkins Eastman–designed Rutgers University project balances site-sensitive design with a bold architectural statement for the school’s (and city’s) future.
Designed by A+I, AltSchool's new model campus could serve as a model for schools seeking to increase individualized attention for each student.
The four-level glulam post-and-beam structure houses the architecture, landscape architecture, and Building and Construction Technology (BCT) programs.
The inaugural school, whose location has yet to be determined, aims to foster entrepreneurship in its young pupils.
NCARB's Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) aims to shorten the road to licensure. Five school heads discuss how it's changing architectural education.
With major architecture firms getting involved, these formerly neglected institutions are having a design renaissance—and showing us how design could transform the American education system.
The design of an innovative Brooklyn preschool’s new digs imbues the classroom with a domestic warmth.
Fearful of Being Seen as Neutral in Turbulent Times, Cultural Institutions Are Striking an Activist Stance
The internal responsibility for an institution to respond is equally met by the very real external pressures generated by what is going on in society.
There are some issues that existing institutions simply can’t address. Thankfully, researchers, nonprofits, and publications around the world are filling the gap.
Perkins Eastman in Washington, DC. examines how local influences like culture, climate, and community influences the design of schools.
Ross Barney Architects on making children's spaces where children can grow, develop, and blossom.
While the transgender movement may be currently illuminating the issue, toilet privacy is a basic human right that educational institutions can provide through thoughtful design.