A Look Inside Chillicothe City Schools
“The spaces are rather messy. This makes the designers happy!” observed SHP’s Jenny Gallow during a recent visit to Chillicothe Intermediate School. But why would a chaotic and crowded ELA fill SHP’s senior interior designer with glee? “Because this is what they are supposed to do!”
Learn more about why designers love seeing messy spaces in this detailed case study, Where Less is Definitely More, by clicking here.
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