HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE INTERACTIVE PUBLIC SPACE
- Architecture Is Fun
- 60610 Chicago, IL
- 1-5 Stories
- Latin School of Chicago
- Sharon Exley, Peter Exley, Fun Finders, Reuben Margolin, Doug Fogelson, Architecture Is Fun
- Flooring - Water Jet Cut
- Gerflor USA
- Artist - Involution (Powers of Ten Inspired) & Mural Ventura
- Doug Fogelson
- Artist - Nimbus Wave (Kinetic)
- Reuben Margolin
- Artifact & Curiosity Supplier (Curator: Fun Finders)
- Evolution Store NY
THE INTERACTIVE SCIENCE FORUM - A NEW WAVE FOR EDUCATION:
Fusing together the creative processes of science and art, the 2200 square foot Interactive Science Forum at Latin School of Chicago provides students hands-on access to scientific concepts and new technologies, and perspectives into the beauty and complexity of our natural world. Learning spills out from laboratories into the Forum’s public space, filled with student-centered art, science, and technology project-based exhibits.
Students submerge into the waves, moving down and around to their next class. Representing the next wave for science education, the Interactive Forum immerses high school students of The Latin School in an opportunity and technology rich center, synthesizing analytical and aesthetic investigation and learning.
This place makes me want to learn.
~ Latin High School Student
Latin School is truly an innovative, 21st century educational space.
~ Carolyn Armenta Davis Hon AIA
RED (Recognizing Exemplary Design) Award, International Interior Design Association Illinois Chapter, 2012.
Award given to recognize exemplary design and superior projects in education.
Outstanding Design Award & Grand Award, American School & University – Learning By Design, 2012.
Award given to recognize a sophisticated approach in design.