Pragmatic Generosity 07.28.17

…tying together the inside and outside. And, while the inside is wonderful, the outside is extraordinary! Porches, decks, patios, pathways, a hill long enough to roll down and steep enough…

Architecture Linked to Improved Academic Performance 05.29.18

…Heschong Mahone Group, 1999; Kuller & Lindsten, 1992; Mayron, Ott, Nations, & Mayron, 1974; Wurtman, 1975 Evans and Maxwell, 1997 ; Haines, Stansfeld, Job, Berglund & Head, 2001; Hygge, Evans,…

On Puddles and Rigor: The Academic and Playful Act of Puddle-Jumping 07.12.17

…game opens up and expands, changes level, and draws in all the children’s intelligence. And this intelligence stimulates observations, thoughts, and intuitions, and leads the children closer and closer to…

How Experience Mapping Helps Kids Envision Their Ideal Learning Environment 06.06.17

…day, the results can be remarkable, offering insights into important relationships and priorities that could be difficult, if not impossible, for that same child to put into words. Alternatively, if…

Employee Spotlight: John Noble, Design Leader/Project Architect 02.26.21

[perfectpullquote align=”left” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Reliable, Hardworking, Kind, Intelligent, Detail-Oriented[/perfectpullquote] This just in! Our very own John Noble has been selected as a community mentor at this year’s…

Three Lessons for Libraries 08.04.21

…so—because, in short, they encourage learning as a life-long, life-wide, life-deep™ endeavor. To stay relevant to the communities they serve, libraries continuously consider emerging technologies and trends. It’s a tremendous…