The goal of this CD-ROM project was to tell the story of the design process of a school for special education. The story includes many facets. It begins with video interviews of teachers and students in regards to the design proposals and specific school design issues. The CD also includes footage of principles of schools talking of the need for these special schools. The project was created to cover the entire architectural process from concept to finished design. All drawings, 3D models and computer renderings are easily accessible from within the interface and are shown along with their documentation. Walk-throughs, animations and virtual reality footage are also included to allow the user to further explore the design process. The user has the ability to drive through the streets of Boston to the site itself, to allow for better understanding of the building sites existing architecture. The CD also includes a section that allows the user to build the building piece by piece, with interactive commentary that explains each piece. This project is an example of how the computer can aid architects and developers in telling a story that fully explains the design process and the purpose of their project.