Inaugural VMDO Travel Scholarship Recipient “Takes the Ceiling”06.29.17
Maria Bninski, AIA is the recipient of VMDO’s inaugural traveling scholarship – an annual award that gives promising young designers the opportunity to pursue unique investigations into architectural topics that are of particular interest to them.
Discovery Elementary School Receives International Architectural Award09.27.16
Discovery Elementary School was named a 2016 Project of Distinction by the Association for Learning Environments!
Completing the Loop: Four Design Themes for Student Success07.22.16
The award-winning article outlined four main themes – common space amenities, living unit configuration, student ownership, and safety / security – that help connect the loop between design, student experience, and, ultimately, student success.
Academic Library Design07.08.16
Today’s academic library is undergoing a transformation in how it responds to the multifaceted needs and expectations of various user groups. With the waning reliance on physical resources and the parallel advances in technological innovation, the library of tomorrow must devote a far greater share of its space to users seeking comfortable, flexible environments that can host a range of scholarly activities.
Learning Spaces Collaboratory04.12.16
Principal Joe Atkins participated in the Learning Spaces Collaboratory’s 2016 Roundtable at Boston University.