Stewardship is fixing well-intentioned design mistakes from past eras.

Pointview Elementary was originally constructed according to the "open classroom" movement of the 60s and 70s. Although the intentions were good, the outcome left something to be desired. 

Instead of demolishing the building, TRIAD was able to achieve the original design intentions while rectifying the mistakes. This design was largely inspired by engagement sessions with students and staff. Pointview serves a diverse population of students and wants everyone to feel welcome, and they adopted a lighthouse theme to serve as a beacon of learning in all aspects. This includes a circular art room with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a ceiling that opens so the room can also serve as a functional sun dial.