The TASIS Campus: A 360-Degree Look
Posted 06/26/2019 03:00PM

The following new videos created by Milo Zanecchia ’08 provide a 360-degree look at the iconic TASIS campus, which has undergone many improvements since the School engaged classical architect and urban designer David Mayernik to develop a Master Plan in 1996. (Note that these videos will look best on a mobile device.)

In the video below, TASIS students Daisy Bachofen ’20, Filippo Cipolini ’19, Aurelia Dochnal ’19, and Zeydan Rahman ’19 lead a tour around campus.

The second video offers a closer look at a number of locations around campus, including the Lanterna archway, the chemistry classroom in the state-of-the-art Campo Science Center, the M. Crist Fleming Library, the photography lab and visual arts studio in the Ferit ┼×ahenk Arts Center, several dorm rooms, the theater in the Palmer Cultural Center, the Villa de Nobili dining room and terrace, the gymnasium in the Palestra, and various green spaces and piazzas.

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