The design for The Quad honors the past and looks forward to the future of living and learning at the University of Houston. More in ACUHO-I's Talking Stick Magazine.
Former resident hall advisor turned architect reflects on designing a home-away-from-home for college students.
The design for William & Mary's McLeod Tyler Wellness Center received the Sustainablity Advancement award from the IIDA Mid-Atlantic Chapter.
The design for William & Mary's McLeod Tyler Wellness Center helps to shift the perception of mental health on campus. Learn more from AIA Virginia's inform Magazine.
In the midst of a global pandemic, we wonder: will the ways that Higher Education builds community shift dramatically in the short or even long term?
Higher Education Designers Sara Stein and Mark Warner share insights from their experience in modernizing Wannamaker Hall at Duke University in a Q&A with Talking Stick Magazine.
In Campus Perspectives: The Future of Student Housing Design, EYP Austin’s Andy Albin speaks with student life operations firm the Scion Group on post-pandemic student housing facilities.
Five simple reasons why off-site construction should appeal to you.
In a recent blog, KI Furniture shares how the design of SHSU's Lowman Student Center plays a significant role in student enrollment and success.
Students and faculty share excitement for new wellness center in a recent video by The College of William & Mary.
Among all the building types on an academic campus, the student center is inherently the most democratic – a building of the students, by the students, and for the students.
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