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From designing classrooms to planning campuses, partnership is foundational to our approach.
Modern interior juxtaposing historical stone walls with glass partitions, sleek black metal frames, and a sunlit atrium. Elegantly crafted stairs and tiered seating areas facilitate flow and interaction, complemented by geometric floor patterns that enhance the space's contemporary yet timeless ambiance.

With the rapid advancement of information technology, STEM, and digital learning tools, education environments are becoming more interactive, engaging, and tailored to meet the diverse needs of modern students.

We work closely with our higher education clients to grasp and then translate their vision for the future of their institutions into a design scheme that works for students, faculty, administrators, and staff. We pair our clients’ needs with our vast, multidisciplinary experience to build academic and professional facilities—including specialized labs and clinics—that are innovative, community-oriented, and impactful.

Modern three-story commercial building with an asymmetric facade, featuring a combination of reflective glass windows and pale stone cladding. The ground level’s expansive glazing enhances the indoor-outdoor connection, set against landscaped surroundings.
“Design can have a profound impact on a student’s educational journey, silently shaping the way a student gains knowledge and feels empowered to use what they’ve learned outside their institution.”
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Bennet Dunkley, AIA LEED AP, RIBA


Warm natural light floods a modern lobby with a geometric wood-paneled staircase as the centerpiece. Sleek, dark furniture contrasts with the light floor, accented by vibrant yellow ottomans. Expansive glass walls offer a seamless indoor-outdoor connection.
Hofstra Science & Innovation Center, New York, NY

Education Sector Highlights

16% boost in learning

for students in well-designed spaces.

Biophilic design

in education spaces can improve students' cognitive function and mood.

75% of K-12 students

use school-provided digital devices every day.

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