Round Rock ISD’s Redbud Elementary School was awarded the Exhibit of School Architecture’s Caudill Award. The Caudill Award is the highest honor in the annual Exhibit of School Architecture which recognizes projects that exemplify excellence in planning and design of the learning environment.
The new, 123,000-square-foot school was inspired by the district’s desire to bring biophilic design into the learning environment. Students connect to nature through abundant natural light, outside views, organic geometries, materials and color selection. Operable sliding walls in every classroom and flexible furniture allow for individual, group or multi-classroom formats. The school brings opportunities for engagement, discovery, creativity, joy, wonder and adventure.
Read more about the award here.