Free and open to the public
Come explore the new Martin Luther King Junior School, a 740 student facility that combined three separate schools into a vibrant new school of small learning communities. Designed to target Net-Zero, there is much to learn about the design and process that was shaped by these and many other challenges. The presentation and tour will focus on key concepts that shaped the overall layout and led to creative solutions, such as distribution of dining, flexible learning clusters and interdisciplinary groupings.
Participants will view a number of integrated high-performance features and learn about the many challenges and priorities of the process itself.
For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs/HSW are available
To learn more about the K-12 Educational Facilities Committee, visit architects.org/committees/k-12-educational-facilities-committee
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