The project was commissioned as part of an $18 million dollar construction project to renovate and expand two iconic historic campus buildings and connect them with a new 45,000 square foot STEM facility on their boarding school campus.
The displays and environmental graphics were designed to create an experiential learning experience throughout the building. Adler’s lead designer selected the hexagon as a central theme because of its significance throughout nature, geometry, and the sciences. The project scope included the following areas:
- Themed environmental graphics that celebrate and acknowledge alumni and famous historical STEM leaders that have made significant impacts in their fields
- Recognize donors
- Wayfinding, directional, & ADA compliant room signs
- Building & room naming recognition signs