Reimagining the Learning Environment Mosaic Associates Architects is an award-winning, 35-person architectural firm that specializes in designing for education, an expertise developed over the firm’s 150 years of continuous practice. At Mosaic, we believe that a better world starts with student success. We design learning environments that support educators and students. We believe that if we do our job well we will […]
Residents approved the $8.1 million Capital Building Project by a vote of 264 to 127 last night. The project will renovate the agricultural and technical education classrooms, add a health and wellness center, expand the greenhouse, and make facilities handicapped accessible and other facilities improvements.
Cairo-Durham CSD residents approved their Capital Building Project on December 11 by a vote of 284 to 263. The $28.9 million project will create 21st-century classrooms in the High School for Science, Technology, and the Arts; a new media center; community meeting rooms; and adult learning spaces. Other upgrades will enhance security, infrastructure and energy efficiency.
Mosaic Partner John Onderdonk’s article on Campus Design Trends appeared in the November 16 issue of the Albany Business Review. Read it below! Campus Design Trends Q: How is digital disruption showing up on college campuses? How are colleges responding? Today’s student has a lot of options. Some of the world’s best lectures are available on YouTube for free. This has […]
On Wednesday, June 15, the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District held a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off the new STEAM addition to the High School building. Representatives from the District, Board of Education, BH-BL High School Student Representatives, Mosaic Associates Architects, LeChase Construction and U.W. Marx celebrated the beginning of the project. It’s an […]
Mosaic Associates was proud to join in the ceremonial opening of Hudson Valley Community College’s new $47.4 million, 100,000-square-foot Science Center on October 10. Leaders from local, state and federal government, as well as the State University of New York; HVCC President Andrew J. Matonak; college board members; faculty, staff and students of the college; […]