Winter aerial view of site under construction
72' long modular units being swung into place
Second floor modular units being set
Street view with pedestrian scale design
i L O V facade design
Main entry on quiet side of site
Entry Garden with human scale and natural design features. Contains a micro pallate of all the building's materials
Main Lobby and Community Outreach Gallery
Main Lobby and Community Outreach Gallery
Main Lobby and Community Outreach Gallery
Magnetic Art Walls fill the entire builidng
Transparent CLC Regional Office and Board Room
Open light filled stair wells
Transparnt Head Start Office and Work Stations
Student Group Education Center
Cubby Area with classroom storage. Dutch door opens classrooms to group areas.
Classroom with multiple micro spaces
Classroom with micro spaces and magnetic art wall wainscot.
Classroom with micro spaces and natural materials
Pedestrian corridor with pavers, plantings, sidewalk and stone clad Vehicle Crash Wall
Stone clad Vechicle Crash Wall. Formal metal picket cap contrast against sculptural grass twig metal screen
Softly scaled crash wall fortifies Outdoor Classroom
Outdoor Classroom with Overlooking Balcony, Tric Path and stone slab Science Table
Sand Box Natural Play Area with stone accent slabs
Slide and Ground Swell Natural Play Area
Climing Boulders and Log Council Fort Natural Play Area

Proposed Projects

Architect of Record: KRIKOR Architecture

Designer + Project Architect: Gregory Mason


Location: Jackson Hole Wyoming


The Children's Learning Center (CLC) is a local non-profit that has provided Early Childhood Education, Early Head Start, Head Start and Special Education Programs in the north western region of Wyoming for several decades.


In addition to Design-Build and Project Management, a wide array of technical services were provided to the organization.  A Facilities Analysis was first performed to study all of their operations in the region.  A strategy was implemented that called for a new Child Care Facility to be constructed in downtown Jackson Hole. It was determined that the new center would bring several programs that were scattered about the area in deteriorating structures "Under One Roof".  KRIKOR Architecture helped CLC secure a land deal worth $2 Million with Teton County in which a several decade free long term land lease was given to the organization.  We also helped CLC through the political process to secure $1.5 Million in Local Bond Funding and $750,000 in grant funding from the State of Wyoming.  The follow up to this was a seamless Entitlement Approval Process for the project design with both the Town of Jackson and Teton County Jurisdictions.

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