Learning Environments

Esteves Hall is one of three main residences and executive education centers at the Harvard Business School where participants live, learn, and collaborate with each other to further their professional experience. Constructed in 1970 and last renovated in 1986, Esteves Hall’s newest renovations have elevated the spaces within to be on par with other modern facilities on the HBS campus. Read More

The D'Amore McKim School of Business at Northeastern University offers valuable and unique opportunities for applied learning throughout the world. An internationally recognized leader in experiential learning, entrepreneurship, and translational research, the DMSB sought to create an integrated, electrifying space for the expanding business program. Read More

The Pike School campus consists of six interconnected buildings in the International Style. The Creative Learning Center realizes this independent school’s particular commitment to nurturing a “creative spirit” and provides space for performing and fine arts activities as well as flexible assembly, meeting, and classroom areas. Read More

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