Rural mountain school in Wyoming gets a rugged weathering steel skin
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The school's Principal Pier Trudelle told Inhabitat they were particularly pleased to have local architects work on the renovations, because they have experience with Wyoming's weather conditions - including high snow loads and wind. She said Ward + Blake are also familiar with the tight knit community, and with the school's original, traditional design. The 9,627-square-foot school currently teaches 46 students, K-5. "The school board is very pleased with the beautiful building," she said....