The Eagle Hill School’s new Community Room was cited as an Outstanding Project by Learning by Design magazine.
The architecture of the community room captures the intimacy of the campus by creating a space that feels appropriate and welcoming for a group as small as 20 or as large as 350. The multi-purpose room was designed in keeping with the architectural aesthetic of the campus and is both dramatic and warm with a circular timber ceiling, clerestory windows and a expansive curved window wall.
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