Creative design makes makerspaces a focal point for learning.
Campbell School of Innovation’s creative culture is the foundation of the school’s new campus—an innovative design that connects student-centered learning suites with makerspaces designed for exploration and discovery. AMS created age-appropriate layouts for each grade, with TK/K classrooms opening into dedicated makerspaces and 1st and 2nd grade classrooms feeding into a central makerspace hub—all designed to support a variety of activities in a cost-effective footprint. Large whiteboards give students space to share ideas and projects, individually or in teams. The buildings are stylish and eco-friendly, with tile-accented stucco façades and glass sliders that fill learning spaces with natural light, fresh air and courtyard views.
- Glass NanaWalls transition classrooms, makerspaces and outdoor areas
- Durable, easy-care surfaces allow students to create and experiment
- ZNE-ready design is engineered for the future addition of solar panels