The Fort Bragg Regional High School was designed to separate the academic, athletic and arts into separate wings but be connected via a two-story commons area. The facility boosts “green” energy practices such as roof top solar photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, vegetation flat roofs and indirect clerestory fenestration. The undulating academic wing facades with non-repetitive color scheme breaks down the overall massing while the concave front is inviting to enter.
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