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Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Awarded Maya Angelou School Renovation

News—————4 June 2012

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, along with design build team leader Forrester Construction Company, will soon start work with the Maya Angelou School on a complete renovation of their existing facility. Maya Angelou School and the See Forever Foundation currently occupy the one hundred and fifteen thousand square foot Bruce Evans School in Southeast DC. The fifty year old school is in need of a complete renovation. The mission of the See Forever Foundation is to create learning communities in lower income urban areas where all students, particularly those who have not succeeded in traditional schools, can reach their potential and prepare for college, a career, and a lifetime of success.

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Breathing New Life into History: Renovation Solutions for Historic Buildings

3 June 2024

Preserving historic buildings offers architects and designers a rich tapestry of challenges and opportunities that set it apart from other project typologies. Historic preservation holds profound

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AI: A Tool in the Future of Design

16 May 2024

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Beyond Aesthetics: The Functional Role of Color in Architecture

10 May 2024

The use of color in architecture is not only about aesthetics but also function. The right choice and coordination of colors can significantly enhance a building's appeal and beauty, making it more

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Studio 27 celebrates source water protection at nearly completed Beaverdam Reservoir Park

12 April 2024

This innovative park is designed to celebrate source water protection. The buildings and landscape work together to highlight the flow of rainwater into the reservoir. The Goose Creek

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Green Roofs: Growing Possibilities of Sustainability

13 March 2024

Our world is facing unprecedented challenges, the most of which are climate change. The construction and maintenance of buildings are responsible for over 40% of emissions currently. How we build

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