The Shared Green Roof @ Boston Latin School is a youth-initiated project, inspired and led by the Youth Climate Action Network (Youth CAN). Acting as the client, members of Youth CAN engaged Studio G Architects to help transform their school into a model of innovation in education and sustainable design.
We’re happy to announce that the project will be featured at an exhibition opening this week at the BSA space!
The exhibit, curated by Cambridge firm HMFH Architects, is entitled Not Old School: Architecture in Support of Learning, and focuses on five trends in education, exploring how students learn in a series of innovative new schools from Europe, Asia and the United States. For more information, visit: http://bsaspace.org/exhibits/not-old-school-architecture-in-support-learning/
The exhibit is located in the Atlantic Wharf building at 290 Congress Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02210 and runs from November 19, 2012 to January 10, 2013. We hope you’ll stop by to check it out!
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