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The Pandemic and the Pivot

engaged in educational visioning to evaluate the current shifts occurring in education, clarify what the future of education looked like for the district and what facilities would be needed to...
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Engaging the Public in Community Projects

understand the needs and desires of community members is especially important. Since area residents are the end users for projects like libraries, parks and community centers, we take special care...
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Enriching Education Through Interior Design

be a mistake, according to SHP interior designer, Katy Goettl. “Our educational clients’ project budgets are often strict, and eventually, decisions have to be made to keep a project within...
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(Re)Defining Common Spaces: High School Auditorium Design

much larger population. In many instances, today’s high schools double as community centers. The opportunities for after-hours uses – mayoral candidate debates, community health fairs, adult education, guest lectures –...
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How Healthy is Your Building?

excited to bring to our work, especially for our education clients. But as Allison mentioned, making that happen long-term ultimately rests on the owner’s shoulders.” Consider a conversation we recently...
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More Than a Mascot: Why School Branding Is Important

of SHP’s early rebranding projects took place in Deer Park, Ohio. When we signed on to work with Deer Park Community City Schools, school district administrators, staff and the community-at-large...
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Today’s Assignment: Design Your New School!

that reflect its innovative approach to education. But the district didn’t get there alone. SHP and our clients at Winton Woods were recently invited to share how the district’s educational...
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