Landscape Architect partner Warner Larson and Tappé’s site design for the Clyde Brown Elementary School were highlighted in the educational campus issue.
From the article: ” From the visioning sessions, the school’s desire was to have a safe and welcoming, flexible space with brightly colored playgrounds. The new building cite is nestled in an existing knoll anchoring the Town Park bandstand and the Middle School/High School. The site seamlessly blurs the edge between the two school’s boundaries and the Town Park creating an open campus. Besides having a generous welcoming plaza, the design took advantage of the topography to integrate the building with the town’s bandstand, which was on a slope, and create amphitheater spaces that server the students and community along with play that engages the slope, while preserving mature trees.”
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