Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Kensico School

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Client:
Valhalla Union Free School District

Project Scope:
This new school for grades 2-5 was designed as a traditional country school in a contemporary vocabulary. Arranged in a “house” pattern, the building contains four different secondary corridors or “houses” that radiate out; one for each grade level and one for special education and special subjects. Shared community spaces including the cafeteria, library, main office, art and computer rooms are located in the main corridor and easily accessible to all grade levels.

Completion Date:
2001

Bedford Road Elementary School

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Client:
Pleasantville Union Free School District

Project Scope:
This new, 650 student, village school replaced Pleasantville’s original Bedford Road School which was built in 1909. The new facility is nearly twice the size of the earlier school and follows a “house plan,” with separate areas for kindergarten, grades 1-2 and grades 3-4. The new building features a mini theatre, full size gymnasium, art and music suites, library/media center and connecting classrooms for team teaching and security.

Completion Date:
2003

Awards:
Elementary School Citation for Excellence in Design, American School & University Magazine

White Plains High School Athletic Fields




Client:
White Plains Public Schools

Project Scope:
KG+D collaborated with White Plains Public Schools on athletic facilities projects that included the installation of two artificial turf athletic fields at two different sites, two stadiums including 1,300 bleacher seats at White Plains High School, press boxes, locker facilities, lighting, track and field events and installation and the reconstruction of tennis courts.

Completion Date:
2007