Design for the Whole Child – Part I: Overview


A Framework for Understanding the Goals of School Design This article is part one of a four-part series exploring the Whole Child Framework, a conceptual framework for school design developed by TruexCullins. Subsequent articles will discuss each element (Wellness, Learning, and Engagement) in further detail. Over the years we have had many great discussions with […]

TruexCullins Wins Awards for School Design


Anglo-American School of Sofia, Bulgaria TruexCullins Architecture recently won national awards for their design of the Anglo-American School of Sofia (AAS), an authorized International Baccalaureate World School located in Bulgaria. TruexCullins was hired to create the “Vitosha Wing”, the new home for the middle and high school programs. The $8 million expansion, included  site planning […]

Digital Crayon: Article 11 – Aligning Existing School Facilities with 21st Century Learning


posted by David Epstein, AIA, LEED AP In the last article, we discussed how greening an existing school is often more difficult than building a new school. The same could be said for integrating 21st century learning concepts into an existing facility.  Despite the challenges, I would say this is a goal of every school […]