The Village School High School
When an established educational institution expanded its programming to include secondary school ages, it had to squeeze many functions within a small site on its semi-urban campus.
The three story structure designed by Turner Duran used the first floor to link the new facility to athletic and common spaces, acting as a “bridge” to unify the campus. The upper floors house academic spaces, including a third floor dedicated to science labs.
The architecture expresses the emphasis placed within the walls on classical educational approaches.