TAP ARCHITECTURE © 2017
415 N. Broadway
TAP Architecture is excited to work with Superintendent Frank Solomon and Noble Public Schools after the March 7, 2017 resulted in the Noble community voting 70% FOR the bond proposal.
Noble Public Schools will expand Hubbard Elementary School, expand the library at Pioneer Middle School, improve the conditions of Katherine I. Daly Elementary School, and design a brand new gymnasium/auditorium building on the high school campus. The bond issue will also include $1,000,000 to improve the transportation fleet.
Currently, Noble HS uses a 1970's red cinder track on the southwest corner of the high school's campus. A new running track for the student body as well as the community is included in this bond proposal.
It is imperative that we understand our client’s needs, desires and dreams. A design can be successful only if the designer listens carefully to the owner and acquires a thorough understanding of the project program. All stakeholders must be engaged in the design process. Whether it be teachers, administrators, community members, organizations, or business owners, clients are key team players in TAP’s collaborative design process.
For design to be meaningful, it must be contextual: influenced by regional character and the landscape. Scale, proportion, form, color, texture, and rhythm all serve to root a building comfortably in its surroundings. TAP Architecture’s passion is to be pro-actively engaged in community-based design. We are committed to creating positive change in our community through design.
TAP presents our clients with design solutions that serve their needs programmatically and functionally. But more importantly, TAP provides design solutions that inspire imagination and express identity and culture. We focus on the client’s vision as a final outcome and aggressively attack every issue that is vital to the project’s success.