Six Lessons from a Facilities Master Planning Process “On Steroids”: Part One 04.03.20

…and an architectural firm. This includes teachers, staff, parents and students, yes, but also local business owners, adults with no kids in the district, civic leaders and representatives from various…

Unspoken Trends in Workplace Design 08.18.17

…major trends lists that deserve calling out. Tomato / Tomahto We work across a pretty broad spectrum of commercial building typologies (K-12 education, higher education, corporate office, mixed-use, multi-family residential,…

Moving Beyond One Teacher, One Classroom 09.19.17

…(SLCs) is a great first step. By outfitting an SLC with a variety of learning spaces (direct instruction, small group, hands on, extra-large groups, outdoor, and teacher collaboration spaces) we…

SHP Architect Elected Governor of Ohio for Association of Learning Environments 09.18.18

CINCINNATI, SEPT. 17, 2018— Jeff Parker, AIA, LEED AP, ALEP, Director of Educational Visioning at SHP, was recently elected Governor of Ohio (Area 2, Midwest Great Lakes Region) for the…

Josh Predovich Celebrates 20th Anniversary 04.15.21

[perfectpullquote align=”left” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Driven, Learner, Experienced, Available, Focused[/perfectpullquote] “You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water into a cup, it becomes the cup….

Grow Together: Mt. Healthy Early Learning Center 05.10.21

…SHP project architect and early childhood education design leader, John Noble, describes Mt. Healthy City School District. The culturally inclusive school system’s theme of “growing together” revolves around responsiveness, instruction,…

Introducing the New Mt. Healthy Early Learning Center 12.06.21

…years-long process to better prepare the community’s young learners, who are routinely underprepared for elementary school. It includes an innovative prototype classroom originated by SHP’s PK-12 Education Studio, which features…