Educational facilities need to be developed under special considerations related to primary use, age group, and intended learning. The traditional idea of a standard instructor-led classroom with a seated group of students is obsolete. Learning spaces must be flexible and designed for multiple uses. The expansion of information technologies, collaborative learning models, prototyping experiences, and project focused activities create a need to rethink traditional educational buildings and spatial relationships.
We can organize a team of school design professional to provide facility planning and building considerations centered on delivering projects based on international standards of safety, space requirements and environmental considerations. Projects may include, but are not limited to Learning Commons, Design Thinking Labs, Maker Spaces, Eco-Spaces, Learning Laboratories and Experimental Kitchens.