d.tech at Oracle

On the boards, d.tech’s new facility — the world’s first school located on a tech campus — will soon provide interdisciplinary learning spaces built-to-fit the school’s personalized and problem-based approach. The curvilinear, two-story building is designed to connect both to its elongated, bay-side site and the Oracle campus. Fitted with mobile furniture, display spaces, and writable surfaces, the industrial interiors will provide a customizable canvas for students. Spaces are designed to be flexible and high-use in order to meet the significant programmatic needs. This starts with the central, two-story lobby that doubles as a multi-purpose gathering space. Break-out nooks and collaboration spaces flank the classrooms and labs to encourage students to take a hands-on approach. Designed for learning to take place everywhere, d.tech’s new school will help maximize each student’s experience and prepare them for success in college and beyond.

project highlights

  • 64,000-sf education facility
  • flexible classrooms
  • fabrication, biology, and chemistry labs
  • break-out spaces | outdoor learning spaces
  • servery
  • LEED NC Gold Target