The corridor is a much-used space with specialists offices interjecting into corridors and classrooms, creating a scale breakdown of spaces. A spacious, open sky-lit staircase encourages the flow of students between the upper and lower levels. Students can get active in an outdoor rooftop play space with generous views across the Bronx. Our process of working closely with the school to understand their educational mission has yielded spaces that are dynamic and unexpected.
Client: Bronx Community Charter School
Owner’s Representative: LOM Properties
MEP: Abraham Joselow P.C., P.E.
Developer: Jackson Development Group
Base Building Architect: ASAP Architecture and Planning
Contractor: Joy Construction Corporation
Photography: Peter Kubilus
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