State-of-the-art STEM space makes Dartmouth a cool school.
The Union School District wanted a leading-edge STEM building that could serve as both a teaching tool for DMS students and a prototype for other schools interested in developing a STEM program. AMS created an innovative, energy-efficient building that organically connects function and design through the creative use of sustainable materials and “cool” technology like movable walls, interactive whiteboards and a video green room. Free-flowing spaces are connected by sliding glass NanaWalls that transition indoor and outdoor learning areas, while providing natural light and ventilation—key to healthy learning and GEN7’s energy-saving strategies. Concrete floors are ideal for robotics and student experiments in a hands-on lab environment.
- Open flex-space reconfigures for diverse learning and club activities
- Technology-enabled infrastructure allows multi-device data sharing
- Collaborative areas encourage interactive, project-based learning