Project Description

Germantown Academy, Tinker Lab and Science Classrooms

As part of our ongoing work with Germantown Academy, a PreK–12 private school in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 1100 Architect created a new maker space designed specifically for younger students. The “Tinker Lab,” as it is now known, is equipped with a laser cutter, industrial sink, kitchenette, 3D printer, and hand tools. This learning environment promotes critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on activities. 1100 Architect also updated the Lower School’s entrance and parent gathering space, science classrooms, and corridors.

Publications

Marquez, Yvonne. “A ‘Tinker Lab’ for Young Students Opens in Pa. School.” School Planning & Management, September 2019.

LOCATION: FORT WASHINGTON, PA
COMPLETED: 2019
PHOTOGRAPHY © GREG BENSON

 

 

Germantown Academy, Tinker Lab and Science Classrooms

As part of our ongoing work with Germantown Academy, a PreK–12 private school in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 1100 Architect created a new maker space designed specifically for younger students. The “Tinker Lab,” as it is now known, is equipped with a laser cutter, industrial sink, kitchenette, 3D printer, and hand tools. This learning environment promotes critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on activities. 1100 Architect also updated the Lower School’s entrance and parent gathering space, science classrooms, and corridors.

Publications

Marquez, Yvonne. “A ‘Tinker Lab’ for Young Students Opens in Pa. School.” School Planning & Management, September 2019.

LOCATION: FORT WASHINGTON, PA
COMPLETED: 2019
PHOTOGRAPHY © GREG BENSON