Garden In A City: Children’s Midway

Garden In A City: Children’s Midway

A Pathway of Hands-on Gardening That Grows On Families
Garden in a City is America’s first garden and landscape design show focusing on urban horticulture. The inaugural season of this in-ground show featured a Children’s Midway where children and families found engaging and educational interactives that relate to the greening of our urban community.

Alliance Française de Chicago: High School Cybercafé

Alliance Française de Chicago: High School Cybercafé

Immersive Cultural Study Space for Teens
Designed specifically for high school students, the Cybercafé learning center encourages interactive French-language acquisition.

Roxaboxen: Building Landscapes of Learning

Roxaboxen: Building Landscapes of Learning

Alice McLerran’s story Roxaboxen, captures childhood in a way we all seem to remember. The long endless hours of play, the ability to shape your own world, and a place where imagination can take you anywhere. The evocative imagery by Barbara Cooney captures these moments exquisitely. Roxaboxen children are children everywhere.

St. Chrysostom’s Day School Gothic Garden

St. Chrysostom’s Day School Gothic Garden

Architecture Is Fun transformed a confined back of house space into a showplace bringing in new parishioners and day school parents.
~ Mark Fisher, Church Warden

St. Chrysostom’s Day School

St. Chrysostom’s Day School

A Treehouse Chapel for Early Learning
A glorious gateway to St. Chrysostom, this small project demonstrates how dreary ubiquitous space requiring accessibility, egress and system upgrades was transformed into a relevant, inspiring 685 SF place for learning and play.

Granger Community Church

Granger Community Church

We had faith in your abilities to deliver world-class facilities. The end result is stunning.
~ Tim Stevens, Executive Pastor

Purposeful Play Environments
This children’s facility is mission-driven, in both focus and design, fostering purposeful play by using biblical teachings as its foundation.

The Grow Project

The Grow Project

The Windfree Energy Initiative is an outstanding example of how public-private partnerships can work together to inspire our youth and make our city a better place to live, work and raise families. I commend Doug Snower and Charles Shenk of Windfree, Sharon and Peter Exley of Architecture Is Fun, and Principal Vinita Scott for their leadership and commitment to education.
~ Mayor Richard M. Daley, Mayor of Chicago.

 

Fellowship Missionary Church: Crosstown Children’s Ministry

Fellowship Missionary Church: Crosstown Children’s Ministry

You gave us exactly what we asked for: flexible, fun, functional public space and classrooms that meet our needs, even now, 15 years later.
~ Robin Collins, Director of Children & Student Life

Rochester Museum & Science Center

Rochester Museum & Science Center

Designing for Blue Sky Moments
The Carlson Inquiry Center, named for the inventor of the Xerox machine, is a place where scientific inquiry and STEM-based learning unfold.

Texas A&M Math and Science Education Center

Outdoor STEM-Based Laboratories
This learning facility houses informal, imaginative, and open-ended science and math labs for teacher training that is a departure from formal educational centers of its kind.