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Mind, Body, Classroom

Daisy Ames
Mind, Body, Classroom reinforces the importance of associative learning, beginning with recycling the structural form of arches into a catalyst for shelter, play, and embrace. These formal principles, along with the fabric tissue which saturates the levels of the existing building, craft multi-sensorial experiences of movement, texture, light, transparency, and permeation to foster unique connectivity between each student and classroom.