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Architects | June 28, 2018 | LPA Blog

The challenge is to design makerspaces that work, spaces that function as a tool for educators to produce better students.

K-12 Schools | December 06, 2017 | LPA Blog Craig Drone

A step-by-step process finds better answers, saves money, and produces measurable results.

Higher Education | October 26, 2017 | LPA Blog Glenn Carels

A building is much more than its appearance; it’s how the user will behave inside of it that determines its adaptability.

A hallway and study space at the Samueli Academy
K-12 Schools | September 08, 2017 | LPA Blog Lowell Tacker

Flexible, modern classrooms should be viewed as a key element of a sound financial strategy, producing a solid return-on-investment.

An active outdoor space for students
K-12 Schools | August 18, 2017 | LPA Blog Winston Bao

Active design can be incorporated into any facility or campus with a few simple steps.

Office Building Design | July 05, 2017 | LPA Blog Karen Thomas

Whether for a team of 20 or 200, if today’s professionals are not currently working in an open office environment, a change is likely on the horizo...

Architects | May 22, 2017 | LPA Blog Andrew Wickham

Recently, in educational design, we have seen a trend toward more flexible learning spaces.

Building Team | April 05, 2017 | LPA Blog Arash Izadi

With the completion of the athletic facility upgrade—dubbed the Arden Project—students will have access to state-of-the-art facilities.

Healthcare Facilities | February 24, 2017 | LPA Blog Marcus Thorne

Higher costs and low occupancy rates have forced healthcare facilities to rethink how healthcare is delivered in their community.

Education Facility | January 10, 2017 | LPA Blog Travis Rice

Interior and exterior spaces harmoniously provide a campus experience to challenge children in the classroom, while also providing opportunities fo...

Architects | December 07, 2016 | LPA Blog Kate Mraw

Learning is a lot like working; it varies daily, ranges from individual to collaborative, formal to informal and from hands on to digital.

Office Building Design | October 26, 2016 | LPA Blog Karen Thomas, CID / LEED AP BD+C

With a continued focus on providing more with less, companies across all industries are continually driving their workers to increase efficiency an...

How active design is reshaping higher education campuses

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University Buildings | November 05, 2015 | LPA Blog Glenn Carels

Active design, a dynamic approach to design with a primary focus on people, assists students in learning to make healthy choices, writes LPA's Glen...

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