The Learning Community Center of North Omaha serves the community near Omaha in a variety of ways and connecting several learning programs in one opportune location. The façade, designed with Max Compact Exterior panels, presents a special highlight with some perforated panels that not only give the building character, but also work as a kind of "curtain" and transfer the right amount of light into the classrooms.
Learning Community Center // North Omaha
The west wing of the center includes two early childhood development learning classrooms, while the south wind includes three classrooms, one of which is used for early childhood instruction for those seeking degrees in Early Education. The other two classrooms provide learning opportunities for parents through continuing education, and are also utilized by several area colleges and universities who offer onsite classes. An observation room at the core of the classrooms features digital audio and video capture of young users, allowing participants to interact with the instructors as part of the onsite Early Education degree program. A central connector houses the indoor play center for children in the Educare program, as well as a multipurpose/conference room that is used by community groups.
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Architect: RDG Planning and Design
Photocredit: John Galway | SGH Concepts
Product: Max Compact Exterior
Decors: Yellowish Green (0725), Gentian Blue (0237), Steel Blue (0712), Atlantic (0717)