GRAHAM-WINDHAM SCHOOL FOR INTENSIVE LEARNING
       
     
 Programatic relationships became an integral part of the design process, curating the experience a child has throughout the day.
       
     
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 In order to maintain function of the school during construction, the project was built around a series of construction phases, each with their own challenges.
       
     
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GRAHAM-WINDHAM SCHOOL FOR INTENSIVE LEARNING
       
     
GRAHAM-WINDHAM SCHOOL FOR INTENSIVE LEARNING

The Graham-Windham school for intensive learning, located on Hastings-on-Hudson in New York, called for an imaginative yet contextual addition and expansion of the existing learning campus. The idea for the addition was to be a school born from the free ideas of Henry David Thoreau's Walden, the Waldorf School learning environment and the Settlement House idea, combining a rural/individual and urban/group environment.

 Programatic relationships became an integral part of the design process, curating the experience a child has throughout the day.
       
     

Programatic relationships became an integral part of the design process, curating the experience a child has throughout the day.

Section3-01.jpg
       
     
view to new media center bw  copy copy.jpg
       
     
Section4-01.jpg
       
     
new cottage and theatre arts barn copy.jpg
       
     
 In order to maintain function of the school during construction, the project was built around a series of construction phases, each with their own challenges.
       
     

In order to maintain function of the school during construction, the project was built around a series of construction phases, each with their own challenges.

WindPotential.jpg