Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum

Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum

Kids here have been through so much, parents losing jobs and homes, factories and schools closing, that a vibrant, exciting, entertaining and educational place just for them took on greater urgency. Community leaders had long believed that the region needed more positive, interactive activities for young families as a way of improving the area’s quality of life and making it more attractive to people and businesses looking to relocate. A compelling museum in the heart of the city helped achieve that goal.
~ Angela Barris, Museum President & CEO

The Cave at Young At Art

The Cave at Young At Art

Education Pavilion & Orientation Theatre
Young At Art Museum is an innovative art museum geared to children and families featuring an art cave for using art for learning.

The Latin School of Chicago

The Latin School of Chicago

The Interactive Science Forum:  The New Wave for Education
Fusing together the creative processes of science and art, the 2200 square foot Interactive Science Forum provides students hands-on access to scientific concepts and new technologies, and perspectives into the beauty and complexity of our natural world.

DuPage Children’s Museum

DuPage Children’s Museum

Having fun should be a given for a project as playful and stimulating as the creation of a children’s museum. Our renovation process presented challenges that were addressed collaboratively, creatively, and with quirky good humor. It’s easy for an architectural firm to tell you that they work collaboratively but with this team, the collaborative process was a reality.
~ Susan Broad, Executive Director, DuPage Children’s Museum

City of Chicago Ogden Park & Regional Playground

City of Chicago Ogden Park & Regional Playground

Nurturing a Sense of Community Pride
Ogden Park opened to the public in 1905, as an innovative site providing relief from tenement living that sparked the development of other social properties across the country. One hundred years later, the family-centric design reconnects the park to its changing community, encourages visitation and enriches the Olmsted Brothers and Burnham’s original social program.

Flotex Showroom

Flotex Showroom

For the Flotex showroom, we wanted the design to emphasize how easy it is to have intricate, rhythmic forms cut into the product – especially during the NeoCon tradeshow.
~ Sharon Exley

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

TurnPoint Apostolic Church

TurnPoint Apostolic Church

In the beginning, there was Bible Boulevard. Designed as a family thoroughfare and functioning as a spine, it is the first stop for families entering TurnPoint Apostolic Church’s exhilarating 11,000 SF children’s ministry.

Playroom Design Thinking Featured on Houzz

Playroom Design Thinking Featured on Houzz

Engaging the Community
Since talking with Frank Lloyd Wright about playspaces isn’t possible (short of holding a seance), Houzz editor and fellow architect Bud Dietrich talked to the wife and husband design team of Architecture is Fun.