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    Another adaptive reuse project is the Mothers' Club in Pasadena, California. Harley Ellis Devereaux designed the conversion of a former factory building into this child development center.
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    Sliding glazed panels can be used to flexibly reconfigure space in the Mothers' Club Family Learning Center.
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    Axonometric rendering of the Mothers' Club Family Learning Center.
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    Marriott Hall is a three-story addition to St. Albans School, located on the grounds of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed this new building, as well as substantial renovations of existing spaces.
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    The simple modernist design of Marriott Hall contrasts with the existing gothic-revival buildings on the St. Albans campus.
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    Marriott Hall ground-floor plan drawing.
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    Paccar Hall is a new business-school building designed by LMN Architects for the Seattle campus of the University of Washington.
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    Steel, wood, and glass feature prominently throughout Paccar Hall.
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    Located in Springfield, Pennsylvania, the Springfield Literary Center is an educational facility designed by Burt Hill for instruction of kindergarten and first-grade students.
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    The relatively neutral color palette of the steel structural system is offset by the vibrant colors used on the walls, floors, and furniture inside the Springfield Literary Center.
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