To help people with disabilities feel part of the campus community, higher education institutions and architects must strive to create settings that not only adhere to but also exceed ADA guidelines.
Legat Architects | Jun 5, 2023
Educational architect Robin Randall shares realistic advice about the challenges of adding developmentally appropriate, play-based kindergarten classrooms while respecting budget limitations.
Legat Architects | Dec 19, 2022
If a college student enjoys film studies, there is probably a place on campus where they can join other film buffs. But where can students who like video games go?
Legat Architects | Nov 30, 2022
Today’s school should be much more than a place to learn—it should be a nurturing setting that celebrates achievements and responds to the challenges of many different users.
Legat Architects | Jun 20, 2022
With threats ranging from severe weather to active shooters, school leaders, designers, and security consultants face many challenges in creating safe environments that allow children to thrive.
Legat Architects | Apr 6, 2021
Energy efficient, healthy, and affordable: the predictable nature of seasonal daylight geometry makes it one of the first topics to be considered when undergoing any design project.
Legat Architects | Jul 28, 2017
Did guests get the experience that they paid for? This question has long haunted hotel operators.
Legat Architects | May 16, 2017
The coming decades present a major ecological challenge... so let’s encourage the next generation to do something about it!