Big ideas often emerge from small groups. This has been our experience time and again in convening interdisciplinary STEM groups. Our workshops often examine the evolution of the STEM movement, sharing design work and ideas. Building the STEM network is a key priority for us as we help clients gather a rich collection of participants — students, teachers, industry partners, administrators and facility designers.
Our workshops often identify general design patterns and explore design goals for multi-purpose and project-based learning spaces. By determining the needs of specific types of STEM classrooms and offering a designer’s showcase of best practice examples of STEM school and classroom designs from across the U.S., we engage participants in design activities that create innovative and robust learning environments.