EYP’s design for the new Center for Science and Innovation Complex serves as a gateway to advanced STEM learning. Construction for the $100M makerspace begins this summer and is expected to be complete by Fall ‘21.
EYP is partnering with the University of Virginia to research the impact of our recently designed McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. Part of the College of William and Mary campus, this new student health center combines several health and wellness services into one facility - and our research will examine the beneficial effects of this new space on faculty and students. More
Virginia Commonwealth University celebrated the opening of its EYP-designed College of Health Professions Building, a dramatic delivery in its promise to empower students and researchers by unifying talent, nationally ranked programs, and technology under one roof. Inspired by critical intersections in healthcare delivery, education, and research, the building’s thoughtful design positions the University for continued growth and success in team-based healthcare education.
Research shows that environments that embrace the outdoors not only improve productivity and increase interaction, but they are critical to successfully creating spaces where people want to study, create, work, and live. More
College and university makerspaces provide key opportunities for academic and entrepreneurial innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and ways to facilitate new paradigms for learning and teaching, but importantly, they can also provide the campus with a renewed sense of community. More
Today’s best academic institutions are catalysts for innovation. They host environments in which their people make things. They foster learning experiences that open up both students and professors to creative thinkers from a variety of fields, from the academy to the business world. They teach their students to be lifelong learners. More