The Fader Innovation Center at McDonogh School designed by Curry Architects was featured in Cool Digs of the Baltimore Business Journal.
“The entire community was involved in its creation,” said Steve Eno, faculty member at McDonogh Upper School. “Students helped decide what furniture would work best, teachers gave input on what the future of education would require, the architects brought our vision to life, and the Faders and other generous donors made it possible.”
Kelly Cornell, interior designer and marketing and business development associate for Curry Architects, said the center’s designers were inspired by some of Baltimore’s well-known makerspaces. They sought to create a “highly creative atmosphere,” she said.