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University of Southern California Baum Family Maker Space, Science & Engineering Library

Adjacency diagram for the USC Baum Family Maker Space, Science & Engineering Library. With the push for more on-campus maker spaces and flexible workshop spaces that empower students to think beyond the ordinary, the USC Baum Family Maker Space is a home for analog and digital tinkering that encourages extraordinary… Read More

Otis College of Art and Design Campus Expansion

Otis College of the Arts has always been an inventive, evolving place. Its story began in Westlake in 1918, when the L.A. Times’ founder donated land. The school’s faculty fueled the craft-to-art movement, nurtured light and space artists and Los Angeles muralists, then moved the college into a… Read More

Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences

FF&P’s collaboration with Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences began as an extended conversation about the role of science education in secondary school. Through open brainstorming sessions with students, alumni, faculty, staff, and leadership, together we envisioned the school’s new science building as an interactive tool that would… Read More

Buckley School Center for Community and the Arts

Originally developed in 1933, the Buckley School is tucked away from Los Angeles’s sprawl within in a steep canyon. In an effort to further its longstanding commitment to enrichment and creativity, Buckley came to FF&P to design a new auditorium that could accommodate the entire breadth of the school’s performances,… Read More

Caltech Baxter Lecture Hall

Originally built in 1970, Baxter Hall is the home to the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) on campus, with this facility serving as the Division’s primary lecture facility. After years of wear and tear, a much needed revitalization was necessary for Caltech’s Baxter Lecture Hall. FF&P met with… Read More

Flint Institute of Arts

Our transformative expansion of the Flint Institute of Arts unites old and new and creates strong community connections. The institute, a thriving cultural center in a small city, is among the country’s largest museum schools. It provides both higher and public education, bringing equity to a highly diverse segment of… Read More