Rice University Children's Campus, exterior view designed by Taft Architects
The Rice University Children's Campus was designed by Taft Architects.
An outside view of Rice University’s Children's Campus, as seen from the parking lot immediately in front of the structure. The campus, designed by Taft Architects, consists of several yellow-bricked two-story buildings, with sharply angled roofs, joined by metal panels and brick walls, with an extended awning above the entrance. The Children’s Campus is operated by the Center for Early Childhood Education, providing daycare services for the children of University faculty, staff, and students, with a curriculum based on the work of educator Maria Montessori. Photographed by Tommy LaVergne. Original resource is a color photograph.
Related Work(s)This image was included in the Rice centennial history book, published with support of the Rice Historical Society. Karen Hess Rogers, Lee Pecht and Alan Harris Bath, "Rice University: One Hundred Years in Pictures"(College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2012), 176
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