The Pflugerville district wanted to improve the existing middle school design it had been using. The need to design the library for after-hours community programs was important. Also, it was necessary for the cafetorium to be situated nearby for fine-arts use and to be visually appealing to the outside environment.
Security was a must, so supervision of this entry COST PER SQ FT$105.00FEATURED IN2007 Educational Interiors2007 Architectural PortfolioINTERIOR CATEGORYCommon Areas essential. The design sought to encourage students to learn by creating a unique environment.
Planned for a site that created a district educational complex, the school is close to the district’s newest high school and adjacent to an elementary school. The district’s complex is close to a nationally known technology corporation complex that is defined by materials that perceive a forward-thinking company. The school district wanted to achieve the same, and the aesthetics of the new middle school were in direct response to the communities’ technology marketplace and the students’ growth in this environment.
The use of soaring glass defines the entry and welcomes students and the community.