Date of Submission
Bachelor of Architecture
Michael Carroll (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ameen Farooq (email@example.com)
The Middle school Architecture of yesterday is not designed for the education of tomorrow. So often, we find the traditional typology of schools to be one dimensional in design by being filled long dead-end corridors, white CMU walls, outdated learning spaces of our parents’ generation, and a disassociation from the surrounding neighborhood. This old-fashioned way of design not only wastes hundreds of square footages on circulation alone but is not conducive of the best possible learning environment of the future.
In this thesis, I will begin to interrogate the existing conditions of the school corridor and explore circulation as it relates to interconnectivity of the student, the school building, and the community.