Ruhnau Clarke Architects is proud to partner with school districts throughout Riverside county on over 60 projects this year.
Architects aren’t builders. They are visionaries, dreamers, and thinkers. And that’s exactly what we want them to be. Experts in their craft that help clients uncover possibilities by using their insights to craft a vision. They put countless hours into designing buildings that perfectly fit the owners’ needs—and just as much time should go into guaranteeing it gets build according to those specifications.
Completed in August 2017, Saburo Muraoka Elementary School breathes new life into how education is delivered to students in the surrounding community–with a flexible design that meets students wherever they are at in their learning journey.
Before Mayor Bailey began his speech, Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful announced the Beautification Award Recipients for 2018. Ruhnau Clarke Architects was honored to receive first place in the category of Exterior Reconstruction with Landscaping for the reconstruction of our Downtown Riverside Office.
The District envisioned a high-tech facility on the high school’s campus fully equipped with features unique to their performing arts program. The new Performing Arts Center will serve as a beacon to the surrounding community by drawing patrons and supporters of the arts, and giving students the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas between various school programs and student cultures.
ACE Mentor Program is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high school students with hands on experience from mentors in the architecture, construction and engineering industries.
The Innovation Center is equipped with immersive technologies and industry equipment in an effort to foster collaboration, inspire curiosity and to prepare students for their future.
The XPLORE program was established in 2015 to expose individuals to experiences that connect them to a wider span of influence, with the hope that these experiences will result in personal growth and creative renewal that is reflected into all aspects of their lives.
The vision for the re-energized Cajon High School performing arts theater modernization and expansion was to evoke a theater experience that rises to the level of talent in Cajon High School’s robust theater program and provide a space that is supportive of its future.
Ruhnau Clarke celebrated a festive Open House in conjunction with a
ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly remodeled office on Tenth and Market in Riverside.
The goal of this project was twofold – to provide a higher level of security and safety for the
school and to transform the space, bringing inspiration, creativity, and new life to a building
overshadowed by tragedy.
Two of Ruhnau Clarke's employees competed in the 2017 AIA Barkitecture competition that was held on June 17, 2017.
The San Dieguito Union School District (SDUHSD) board has agreed to do a deeper dive into exploring the possibility of building a district pool or pools to support its high school aquatics programs.
The 32nd Annual Great American Clean-Up took place in Riverside on Saturday, May 13th, 2017.
The 2017 High School Congressional Art Competition was held last month at the Mind & Mill Gallery in Downtown Riverside.
Quality control is a critical element in the design process. It is the difference between a smooth building process and one fraught with change orders and issues in the field. Recently, Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke celebrated a rare achievement- submitting a set of drawings to the Division of the State Architect (DSA) for review and receiving 0 comments.
In this week's On the Boards highlight, Project Manager Lance Higgins takes us to the past with an Aquatics Center design in the 1930's Art Deco Style.