• The Design of Learning Spaces: Architecture as a Teaching Tool

    8 days ago - By Arch Daily

    © Niels Nygaard
    With spaces for children, “ you have the opportunity to create architecture that in many ways is unformulated architecture. Children react to spaces completely spontaneously. It is almost an enhanced architecture ”, says Dorte Mandrup. The implication here is that design can contribute to forming critical thinking, encouraging autonomy, responsibility and help forge future citizens. For the most part, the educational system and its spatial expression haven't changed significantly in the last hundred years. Nonetheless, with access to information becoming ubiquitous, the...
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