Crisp, clean finishes and smaller classrooms create an intimate environment for modern learning at nonprofit Clearway School.
Ebbrell Architecture + Design helped bring new life to a former parochial school to create a modern, intimate learning environment for nonprofit Clearway School. Ebbrell Architecture + Design doubled the amount of classroom space by creating smaller rooms to better facilitate their class sizes and education style. A simple, branded color palette and re-lamped lighting transformed the dark halls and classrooms into light-filled spaces for state-of-the-art learning.
- Converted larger classrooms into smaller, intimate settings for learning while doubling classroom count.
- Used floating linoleum floors to refresh the look of old VCT in classrooms and conference rooms.
- Created a clean color palette using the school’s signature blue to create a cohesive, calming, modern learning environment.
- Re-lamped existing lighting fixtures and removed antiquated chalk boards to lighten and brighten to classrooms and hallways.
- Existing restrooms were refreshed on a modest budget and timeline.