PLY+ and MPR Arquitectos have transformed a building at a former Catholic college into the School at Marygrove Elementary, filling it with colours and shapes that help spark “experimentation and exploration” among children.
Located in northwest Detroit, the building is part of the School at Marygrove, a new educational institution that will eventually serve students in kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12). The curriculum has a special focus on engineering and social justice.
PLY+ and MPR Arquitectos converted a Catholic college in Detroit into an elementary school
The school occupies the site of a former religious college, Marygrove College, that closed in 2019. The campus – which is listed on the
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