Courtyard connects new and remodeled schools

November 01, 2009 |

Good Fulton & Farrell Architects of Dallas designed a major expansion and renovation at the Dallas Academy in Texas. The 22,900-sf addition serves as the school’s new front door and includes a library, student assembly area, cafeteria, seven classrooms, and administrative offices. The school’s existing 14,560-sf building was renovated to accommodate a lower school component, and its gymnasium also was expanded as part of the project. A landscaped courtyard is nestled between the remodeled school building and the new construction.

 

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