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The Library as Place: Changes in Learning Patterns, Collections, Technology and Use

Sunday, 6 February 2005

The Library as Place

Geoffrey Freeman

From a Neoclassical Gym to a Classic Student Center: Adaptive Re-use Creates Vibrant Student Center

Sunday, 29 August 2004

Tom Kearns discusses the adaptive re-use project that transformed Illinois Wesleyan’s Memorial Gymnasium into the dynamic Hansen Student Center.

The article first appeared in the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) magazine in August 2004.

From a Neo Classical Gym to a Classic Student Center: Adaptive Re-use Creates Vibrant Student Center

Building Places for Children

Friday, 29 August 2003

by William Mead

Building Places for Children

Bill Mead discusses aspects of designing healing environments for young patients and their families, part of Shepley’s long-standing leadership in the delivery of patient-centered care.

Flexible Spaces: Strategies for flexible design on the evolving college campus

Tuesday, 6 May 2003

What does flexibility mean when thinking about student life facilities? Here, Tom Kearns talks about programmatic, spatial, and structural flexibility, drawing examples from the firm’s recent work. This article first appeared in the ACUI (Association of College Unions International) Bulletin.

Flexible spaces – ACUI Bulletin, May 2003

Children’s Hospital Boston: From the Mock-up Room to Reality

Saturday, 29 March 2003

by Deborah Johansen

Children’s Hospital Boston: From the Mock-up Room to Reality

As part of the design of the Berthiaume Family South building, Shepley created a full-scale mock-up of an operating room and an ICU as a design conceptualization tool. This article first appeared in the March 2003 issue of Healthcare Design.