Flansburgh Architects is currently designing a 25,000-sf School Science Center that includes 7 classrooms, robotics laboratory, 3 "mini labs", 100-seat tiered lecture room, project room, STEM Commons, a roof-top weather station, and faculty offices. Sustainable features include daylight harvesting, photovoltaics, and rain- water collection and storage. The architecture combines traditional New England brick and fenestration with modern materials to convey a building that recalls the past and looks to the future.
|Time Span||Project in Design|
|Type||New STEM Facility & Campus Facility|
|Client||Williston Northampton School|
|Size||33,500 square feet|
|Architectural Team||David Croteau, Principal-in-charge; Kelley Banks, Project Manager; Joe Marshall, Designer|
|Consultants||Landscape Architect: William A. Canon; Structural Engineer: Roome & Guarracino; MEP Engineer & Fire Protection: TMP Consulting Engineers; Cost Estimator: PM&C|
|Photographer||Studio AMD, Renderer|