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The Pandemic and the Pivot

a conceptual master plan that would be cost-effective and meet its long-term educational needs. From the very beginning, community input was critical; after all, Community is right in the school...

Engaging the Public in Community Projects

sessions offer opportunities for more conversation and team-based work. Community action teams: In partnership with the client, we assemble community action teams comprised of community and business leaders who provide...

Enriching Education Through Interior Design

...between a school and the community it serves, creating an unmatched sense of place for students and enriching their educational experiences. Here are three ways our interior design team delivers....

(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 –...

How Healthy is Your Building?

...and mental wellbeing across 10 core concepts, including air, water, nourishment, light, movement, thermal comfort, sound, materials, mind, community and innovation. “It’s not just about sustainability, clean air or clean...

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...

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...