Australian Education Union (Victoria), Professional Voice Vol. 5 Issue 3, 2008 This paper by Annalise Gehling and Prakash Nair describes some of the key elements of several new school campuses in Victoria, Australia. Download the article here.
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Washington Post, 16 January 2008 FNI Senior Planning Consultant Isaac Williams leads the team of faculty and students from University of Maryland, winners of the IBM Innovation Engineering Award at the History Channel/IBM/Infiniti “City of the Future” competition at Union Station, Washington DC. Read the article here.
US Fed News, 4 January 2008 FNI wins a citation award for design of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and Colin Powell Youth Leadership Center, Minneapolis. Read more here.
FNI Associate Tiffany Green speaks about her twin roles with FNI and the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO) in Minneapolis Friends share mission of advocating for quality education by Jennifer Holder Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder Originally posted 12/26/2007 Chanda Smith and Tiffany Green are co-founders of the Minnesota chapter of Black Alliance… Read more »
“Planner of the Year is the highest and most distinguished individual honor conferred by the international organization. It is presented annually to the individual whose professional facility planning activities have produced a significantly positive regional, national or international impact on educational facility planning.” Congratulations, read here.
$122 million would revamp town schools Meaghan Wims; Journal Staff Writer 21 November 2007 © 2007 Providence Journal/Evening Bulletin. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All Rights Reserved. A consultant’s plan calls for that much to be spent over 15 years to reinvent the school system and bring it into the 21st century to… Read more »
“‘We think the facilities are pretty cutting-edge,’ said Dave Michaelman, the head of the school.” $122 million would revamp town schools Meaghan Wims; Journal Staff Writer 21 November 2007 © 2007 Providence Journal/Evening Bulletin. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All Rights Reserved. A consultant’s plan calls for that much to be spent over… Read more »
Randy Fielding and Prakash Nair advocate an ergonomic, humanistic approach to the design of learning spaces
The Healthy Schools Campaign gives Randy Fielding and Prakash Nair’s article, A Comfortable Truth, the thumbs up. Read about it here.
The Cayman schools’ design team studied the local shapes, sounds and traditions for reflection in their world-leading designs