This inner city private school consists of a series of four brick-clad classroom clusters, each with a common indoor space and courtyard. A covered outdoor walk connects the classroom buildings and rings a cloister-like quadrangle. A tall trellis and administrative offices mark the entrance, on axis with the library, whose broad roof shades the glass pavilion. This pavilion is flanked by the science laboratory, technology center and cafeteria. The new academic structures complement and work with the nearby 1930s civic structures.
In collaboration with Kell Muñoz Architects