Ultimate Frisbee enthusiast and Project Technician Megan Hanck joins the Studio Design Group Architecture team with a degree in Architecture from Cal Poly and minor in Psychology. She loved Cal Poly’s learn by doing philosophy and brings a positive can-do attitude to the office.
More and more data suggests that architecture can play a pivotal role in improving the quality of education. Applying architectural principles, effective learning environments can be collaborative, sustainable, flexible, and filled with daylight. Unfortunately, the majority of classrooms in the United States were designed as “cells and bells”, an aging model that doesn’t serve a wide variety of learning styles. Here at Studio Design Group Architects we’re happy to see more creative strategies emerging to meet the modern needs of both students and educators: