We are working with Blyth-Templeton Academy on the adaptive reuse of the historic Litterer Laboratories building, once occupied by Vanderbilt University Medical School. The building has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978.

This Nashville location will be the Canada-based private school’s second U.S. campus, following it’s Washing, D.C. flagship. The historic masonry building and its proximity to downtown, the Nashville Children’s Theatre, and other neighborhood amenities is ideal for a school whose immersive educational model aims to treat the city itself as an extension of the classroom.

“The building itself has a fascinating history and a lot of inherent character," said MZA's Juliana Daily. "I am thrilled at the opportunity to update the space for such an excellent new use and can only imagine what an inspired backdrop it will be for all the learning that will take place there.”

Read more in a recent article by The Nashville Post.