Rio Del Norte School, Oxnard, California.

Web Abstract: 
The first new school built locally in over 35 years, Rio Del Norte School realized that critical to their success was the inclusion of the community in the planning process. Classrooms have been designed by Dougherty + Dougherty Architects to cluster around tech centers that encourage interaction, team projects, and group learning. Each cluster is linked to an outdoor classroom space that allows the teacher to take the students out of their traditional setting. Includes information on the architects, manufacturers/suppliers, and construction team; a general building description; and a commentary on the design. Also includes the floor plan and photographs. [Free subscriber registration is required.]
Journal: 
Architectural Record
Publication Date: 
01/31/2002
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