When architect Christof Jantzen sent his three kids off to school in Southern California, he was disappointed by the facilities they encountered: stale, windowless temporary classrooms erected when the school ran out of space. The principal of the Venice, California-based Studio Jantzen decided he could design a better prefabricated classroom. His mobile classroom design concept is a kit of parts schools can use to create cost-efficient classrooms that receive more natural light and are made of higher-quality materials than the standard portable. And they look cool, to boot, owing more to the aesthetic of luxury cabins than the flimsy classroom models that are a familiar sight on most K-12 campuses. Read More