My team requires me to provide them with some initial information on our clients before we first put pen to paper, or these days, click the mouse. If not, then there is no primary metric for us to interpret a client’s desires, wishes, and more importantly, needs. Sometimes we get…
While programming the spaces which would be included in Trine University’s MTI Center, one of the spaces was to be dedicated to e-gaming. As an architecture firm, we have to be familiar with many different types of building typologies, programmed spaces, and spatial function. Since e-gaming was a new spatial…
Recently, security in schools is at the forefront of the nation’s discussions. What is the best way to keep our kids safe, and how far should we go to protect them?
Earlier this month, Cory Miller, Partner with Elevatus Architecture was asked a few questions on his thoughts to Safety Trends happening in STEM and STEAM design. This article was featured in School Construction News.
In an effort to accommodate the growing needs of the Elementary School Student body and the Sunday School children, Elevatus Architecture was brought in to help realize a vision for the “Our Future Together” campaign.
In the process of developing a 21st century architectural model for education it became clear that the general population of most schools would be bigger than is optimum for great educational opportunities. We have seen this in our own Fort Wayne community as well as in other communities that have engaged us at Elevatus Architecture for education facility design in Indiana and nationwide.
We at Elevatus Architecture Fort Wayne have been heavily involved in education facility design for more than half a century. In that time, we have not only witnessed but also been instrumental in bringing about significant changes in the organization of school buildings.