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The Gateway Schools

New York, New York
Andrew Bartle Architects, PC

Client:
The Gateway Schools

Date Completed:
August 2008

The Gateway Schools
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Andrew Bartle Architects
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Program: A 21,853-square-foot school designed for children with learning disabilities.

Design concept and solution: The architects converted the upper two stories of a former parking space into a school designed to engage students with special needs. Hallway alcoves and multipurpose gathering areas enable teachers to interact with students outside of the traditional classroom setting. A central stair connects the two-level school and also serves as a lounge and a theater with a retracting projection screen.  Bamboo and cork, recycled steel, wood, and drywall, and a radiant floor heating system contributed to the schools’ sustainability.

Gross square footage: 21,853 sq. ft.

Total construction cost: $11,000,000

Architect:
Andrew Bartle Architects, PC
37 West 20th Street, Suite 1201
New York, NY 10011
T: 212 206 8929
F: 212 206 1714
www.abastudio.com

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