The Mead School

The Mead School

North Stamford, Connecticut

The Mead School

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The Brief

Once the school of famed Jim Henson’s children and where his wife, Jane, became an assistant art teacher, the Mead School is an institution of creative learning for Fairfield County. The school has served its students well since it began in the 1960’s, but required remodelling to complement changes to the curriculum.

Concept

Following a full zoning study to determine the maximum allowable buildable rights, the design concept creates a new landmark building which reflects the school’s rich history and cutting edge educational trends, and simultaneously improves accessibility across campus. With this design approach, the Mead School’s Board of Directors were able to secure funds to commence with the renovation.

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171012 Porcelanosa Escuela CT 011 PARTIAL 03

Features

Following a full zoning study to determine the maximum allowable buildable rights, the design concept creates a new landmark building which reflects the school’s rich history and cutting edge educational trends, and simultaneously improves accessibility across campus. With this design approach, the Mead School’s Board of Directors were able to secure funds to commence with the renovation.

171012 Porcelanosa Escuela CT 007
171012 Porcelanosa Escuela CT 007

Overview

Services
Architecture
Status
Ongoing
Value
Confidential
Size
2,600 sq m (28,000 sq ft)
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