An Incubator for Education and Learning- Westside Urban Forum: Design 2021 Award...read more
An Incubator for Education and Learning
Westside Urban Forum: Design 2021 Award
HED + Moore Ruble Yudell’s Santa Monica High School’s new Exploration Building + Gold’s Gym redefines the campus with inspirational gathering spaces for students and an innovative Career Technical Education Complex that integrates athletics and fitness. We are delighted to be recognized together with the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District with a Westside Urban Forum 2021 Design Award.
“It’s like an incubator in education and learning. It connects to what community is, in a creative environment such as Santa Monica.”
We are pleased to share that the University of Denver’s Community Commons and Dimond Family Residential Village has received the ENR Mountain State 2021 Best Higher Education/ Research Award. ...read more
We are pleased to share that the University of Denver’s Community Commons and Dimond Family Residential Village has received the ENR Mountain State 2021 Best Higher Education/ Research Award. The project welcomes a diverse student community by bringing a critical mass of students and resources to the center of campus to transform the historic core—a primary goal of the University’s Strategic Plan. Since its opening, the project funnels and mixes students capturing movement along a central flow path with a variety of types of spaces for students, faculty, staff and visitors to dine, meet, socialize, study, and make use of supportive services. Food is used strategically to unite the entire community and flexible and open welcoming spaces reinforce a sense of belonging that is key to keeping students on campus and support their success.
Community Commons: Moore Ruble Yudell: Design Architect/ Anderson Mason Dale: Architect of Record, Dimond Family Residential Village: Moore Ruble Yudell: Collaborating Architect/ Anderson Mason Dale: Design and Architect of Record, Project CM/ GC: Saunders Construction
Carissa Oyedele, AIA was a coach and mentor for two weeks at the virtual girls AAUW Tech Trek STEM Summer Camp. She led and coached 8 junior high girls each week through a series of hands-on activities. The focus was learning and coding robotics, including circuiting LEDs to blink following the coded pattern. Ultimately each girl designed and built a wearable tech hat inspired by the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.