GOOD Magazine recently highlighted the design company Project FROG. They are creating modular units as alternatives to the trailers now in use at public schools in California.
According to Adam Tibbs, president of Project Frog:
[My] goal is to replace all of California’s portable classrooms with green buildings by 2015.
There are currently around 85,000 trailers throughout the state.
Unlike trailers, FROG classrooms are made from prefabricated modular units, and can be arranged in different sizes and shapes to fit each school’s needs.
Read the entire article for more details.
Author: Adam Starr
Publication: GOOD Magazine
Section: Art & Design, Education
Length: 297 words
Date: June 8, 2009