This thesis is an examination of how elementary and high school education within the context of the Waldorf School Curriculum manifests itself in the physical form of its built environment. This project is therefore the documentation of a design process that accommodates the Waldorf School curriculum and a proposal for a school complex intended to embody the many unique characteristics of this educational system. Documentation of the design process includes recording all the various methods of representation. employed during the development of the final design. In this thesis emphasis is placed on the role of computer aided design and representation in the transformation of a concept into architecture. Documentation of the design process is intended to show the manner in which the various methods of representation facilitate a better understanding of both the concept and the final solution for this project.