Schools with more class.
Learning should be fun. Learning to design spaces that meet the needs of growing minds certainly is. We design aesthetically pleasing and functional environments for students, teachers, and staff that center on balanced responses to changing ideas in education while recognizing the specific objectives and traditions of our clients and their communities. With good design, we can help spark innovation, ignite curiosity, and nurture the needs of the next generation.
Student housing moves in
Project: San Juan College Student Housing
The introduction of on-campus housing opens San Juan College to a new pool of prospects, while accommodating remote area and…
Building better engineers
Project: TTU Industrial Engineering Relocation
DPS recently completed the first phase of this 42,000sf renovation project, relocating the Industrial Engineering department into a partially vacated…
Learning to care for the whole person
Project: Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) is situated adjacent to Idaho State University’s Health Sciences Center in Meridian, Idaho. The…
The anatomy of good education
Project: CHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine
California Health Sciences University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine was created to meet the region’s increasing healthcare demands. Their mission is…
Becoming empaths and osteopaths
Project: Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) is a first-of-its-kind, privately funded medical school located on the campus of New…
What if a school could grow up with you?
Project: Travis 6th Grade Campus
To ease the transition from elementary school to junior high, Amarillo Independent School District established a new sixth grade standalone…
For pep rallies and Petri dishes alike
Project: Vega ISD High School
Vega school district has always been a K-12 campus under one roof. DPS designed the comprehensive new high school addition…
Big campus, cozy classrooms
Project: Pinnacle Intermediate School
As Amarillo sees steady population growth, Canyon Independent School District recognized the need for an intermediate school to ease overcrowding…
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