For four-year-old Nakal and eight-year-old Berani, two Komodo dragons, the comforts of home have been difficult to reproduce where they reside:
in the rainy, gray region of the Pacific Northwest. The pair, born in the tropical climate of Indonesia, share a unique set of environmental needs that have challenged the construction of their living space for years.
Landau|Zinder, a partnership between two award-winning architects Michael Landau and Joshua Zinder—both having extensive experience in creating Judaic synagogues and facilities—has designed “an active, dynamic hub of Jewish life” in nearby Clinton, New Jersey, with the use of natural materials such as fieldstone, glass, and wood to harmonize with the natural context.
Spring Hill School’s new campus in southern Sonoma County, Petaluma, California, welcomed its first middle school class during the 2019-20 academic year. Skylight systems expand the school’s learning spaces beyond the building’s walls, making the most of the fresh air and sunshine.
Celebrated architect Bjarke Ingels has completed designing WeGrow’s first school in New York City. The 929-m2 (10,000-sf) school in WeWork’s Chelsea headquarters is for children aged between three and nine.
A new parking structure at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) is located at the forefront of the campus, making it easily accessible for students arriving and leaving the school grounds, and includes a Visitor’s Center.
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