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Eden Park’s renovated wing touted as model for future.   Wednesday, October 23, 2019 By DANIEL A. KITTREDGE The space is bright, open, futuristic. Visitors might not expect those descriptors to be associated with Eden Park Elementary School, which was constructed in the 1950s – and, like many of Cranston’s school facilities, clearly shows its… Read more »

Randy Fielding Featured on Forbes

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Learning Environments For The Future: 4 Tips From Randy Fielding by Tom Vander Ark What are some factors that should influence schools of the future? Here’s four that Randy believes in. Read the full article here.

Our Project “The Best Facilities Action Research Project” on Forbes

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Pathfinder Spaces: An Action Research Project At Singapore American School By Tom Vander Ark, Oct 26, 2018 Fielding’s work with Singapore American School and approach to prototyping new Learning Spaces recognized as one of “the best facilities action research project” on Forbes. Direct Link to the article:

Introducing a Brand New Learning Community

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YCIS Beijing, September 21, 2018 Over the summer our Year 1 classrooms were knocked down. In their place, an open plan, flexible, free-flowing space took shape. We speak to Mr James Sweeney, Head of Primary, about the changes. Please introduce the changes that have been made to Year 1’s learning spaces over the summer. Before… Read more »

Minnesota Studio in the News

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Bluff County Newspaper Group, Published by Herald on Wed, 07/18/2018 – 10:38am by Jordan Gerard Spring Grove school officials met with two architects from Fielding International in April, who said Spring Grove fosters a strong sense of community for their students. “We’ve had terrific days here and saw some amazing things,” Randy Fielding of the Minneapolis-based… Read more »

Architects Present Preliminary Designs For New 5/6 School, PHS Renovation

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By Donald Gilpin, Town Topics Architects from Fielding International and Spiezle Architectural Group presented their preliminary designs for a 5/6 school and the transformation of the Princeton High School (PHS) building at a special meeting of the Princeton Board of Education at the Valley Road administrative building last night. The plans will continue to be… Read more »

Helping Cranston RI Schools with District Planning

Posted by & filed under Press., Posted Thursday, March 1, 2018 2:20 pm By Thomas Greenberg Cranston’s school department, in its quest to eventually renovate or rebuild schools, which are in some cases almost 100 years old (Briggs Building), has hired an outside company, Fielding International, to come up with a long-term plan to do so. The process is currently… Read more »

New Christian academy scheduled to open in fall 2018

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Lutz News, December 6, 2017 By B.C. Manion The North Tampa Christian Academy emphasizes the “whole person” approach to education, by promoting a balanced development of the whole person – spiritually, physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally, background materials say. The learning environment is designed to encourage an appreciation of beauty and the natural environment, and will… Read more »

Albemarle School Board approves final recommendation for high school expansion, modernization

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Charlottesville Tomorrow, Josh Mandell | Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 11:20 p.m. The Albemarle County School Board on Thursday voted 5-2 to accept a consultant’s recommendation to create one or two new centers dedicated to project-based learning for high school students while modernizing academic spaces at the county’s existing high schools. The total cost of the… Read more »

Yew Chung International’s Middle School programme seeks smooth transition

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South China Morning Post PUBLISHED : Friday, 01 December, 2017, 12:13pm UPDATED : Friday, 01 December, 2017, 12:13pm The school’s secondary campus in Kowloon Tong is being renovated with the intention of transforming individual floors into open-air podiums that create flexible learning spaces for “a range of activities, albeit in an individual setting, peer learning… Read more »