Following TLC’s design for Phase 1, which included lighting design for the school’s ball fields, the firm was selected to engineer Phase II consisting of a new classroom building for the Christian private school.
This new upper school building houses space for seventh through twelfth grades. The two-story building provides more than 55,000 square feet to meet the growing class size of the Geneva School. It includes a library, classrooms, laboratory space for science classes, gymnasium, black-box theater, music room, photography lab, art studio, administration center, and small dining space. One of the building’s unique feature is its state-of-the art collaborative learning center, called the DaVinci Room. The DaVinci Room is a highly immersive technology-based room where students perform speeches and have debates. The space includes interactive smartboards and displays where students use technology to interact with each other to promote higher level thinking.