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Institutional Design

Occasionally, there's a reason to yearn for those distant high school days. OK, maybe not. But if more school buildings looked like the new South Shore High, those years might not be so angst-y. Designed by John Ronan Architects as a new prototype for city schools, this looks like your typical 60's suburban high school -tan, flat, and sprawling- except the corridors are open and bright, art and music rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, and florescent lights are used creatively. An inspiring space, without a doubt. [The Architect's Newspaper]