Sunday, May 10, 2009


connecting the indoor and outdoor environment through the sacred geometry of a cercal

This space is designed to encourage an active learning experience for the students at Northern Guilford High School. Though art as a discipline spans many academic platforms, the process is kinesthetic. To construct a sculpture or paint a painting, you must go through the process of creating. This is an active process. The students learn by action in this scenario by the nature of the content. The space is an open atmosphere with unfixed furniture to allow the users to shape the rooms as needed. The renovation of the storage room can now be opened up to help connect the two classrooms. Both classrooms have large glass garage doors that can be opened to connect the indoors and out doors expanding the possibilities for the student’s educational experience.

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