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    Bellevue High School Honored
    The American Institute of Architects Washington Council presented a Civic Design Citation to Bellevue High School at their annual awards program on May 8. This program honors contributions to great public design.

    The design of the new Bellevue High School, in Bellevue, Washington, celebrates sustainability through harmony with nature. The new entry icon sets this tone, as a cascading waterfall of roof water spills into a rain garden between two planes of red brick masonry. The red brick, as well as the recycled sculpture in the glass lobby, are in deference to the school it has replaced. The design is intended to adapt to a variety of learning models in the future. The science classrooms can be zoned either vertically or horizontally to create separate clusters of science pods. As such, the school can be adapted to a school-within-a school model, an academy model, or other innovative learning delivery approaches.
    Staff Advancements
    Keith Comes, AIA, LEED AP, has been named Managing Principal in NAC|Architecture's Spokane office.

    Additional staff advancements: Dan Kurtz and Melissa McFadgen to Princpal; Rob Paradiso to Senior Associate; Angela Bishop and Brian Love to Associate.  Read more ...
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    New Residence Hall, Montana State University, Bozeman
    New Residence Hall
    Montana State University, Bozeman
    The design of MSU’s New Residence Hall emphasizes place-making for both the residents and the entire campus neighborhood.  Read more ...
    New Residence Hall, Montana State University, Bozeman
    Secondary Learning Center
    Renton School District - Renton, Washington
    The Secondary Learning Center is an integrated, project-based learning environment in which staff work as a team to identify each student’s unique needs and personally empower each student to grow and mature.  Read more ...