Syracuse's Ashley McGraw Architects Invigorates Rural NY Town

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The design work of Syracuse's Ashley McGraw Architects was featured the September issue of the national trade publication School Planning and Management.

See story here: https://webspm.com/articles/2019/09/03/steam-lab-in-rural-ny-school-is-accessible-to-community.aspx

Members of the design team at Ashley McGraw Architects were looking forward to the first day of school this year at the Groton Central School District (GCSD) in rural New York, some 45 miles south of Syracuse.

No, they weren't pining to meet their new home-room teachers, but rather to hear the responses to the STEAM learning center they designed which will officially opened September 4 for district-wide use.

The $4.8 million center is a renovated 8,000-square-foot Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) lab and shared-learning space. Ashley McGraw merged the district’s curriculum with the overarching concept using form, light, and materials to create a modern learning environment where both teachers and students will feel valued, focused, and inquisitive.

 

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Sep 9th 2019