On September 17, 1861 Mary Peake held the first class under the Emancipation Oak in Hampton VA for for children whose enslaved families had escaped to freedom at Fort Monroe. This was the first school for freedmen, and it was later known as the Butler School and Hampton Institute before taking its current form as Hampton University. The Emancipation Oak still stands on the campus. #TodayInBlackHistory
This home is Hamptons heaven. @limebuildinggroup used Scyon Linea to achieve a Hamptons look that is brand new yet oozes old school charm. See all the details in our case study up now on our site. See the link in bio and click "Case studies" for more. #australianarchitecture #architecture #exterior #exteriordesign #scyonwalls
The Mineola UFSD approached H2M with the idea of creating a new, state-of-the-art library addition suited to the Pre-K through second students attending it's Hampton Street Elementary School. The new building is a modern approach to library science, with an integrated library/media center. The space incorporates cheerful colors, small furniture, and expansive windows to allow natural light to flood the space.