Springfield Literacy Center in Springfield, Pennsylvania by Burt Hill, a Stantec Company Print E-mail
Monday, 06 June 2011 08:11

Springfield-03_Jeffrey-TotaroPhotograph: Jeffrey TotaroThe design response for the new Literacy Center is singularly focused on enhancing literacy instruction. The building is situated on a site that is a natural oasis within the suburban community context.
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Springfield-Literacy-Center-01_Jeffery-TotaroPhotograph: Jeffrey TotaroThe building design is infused into the landscape, naturally stepping with the topography, while engaging with the tree canopy. The natural material palette of the design complements woodlands with transparency blurring the line of interior and exterior. The built environment specifically responds to the rigorous literacy curriculum.
Springfield-Literacy-Center-02_Jeffery-TotaroPhotograph: Jeffrey TotaroThis article is part of our coverage of the 2011 CAE Educational Facility Design Award

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