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Inspired by Samuel Mockbee’s Rural Studio, the Design/BuildLAB at Virgina Tech lets students take the lead on projects where they design and construct a permament structure.
By Azure |
January 8, 2015
“The most compelling problems of the 21st century will be urban,” says Thom Mayne. His Now Institute gets students to examine the bigger picture, and come up with ways to make the city a better place for everyone.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
January 7, 2015
Henning Larsen Architects of Denmark masterminds a triangular campus building with a spectacular atrium for the University of Southern Denmark.
By Andrew Braithwaite |
Iaboni + Priftaj Design Associates packed a kindergarten interior with shapes and colours to stimulate the imaginations of children under six.
By David Dick-Agnew |
December 23, 2014
Led by Thom Mayne, the California firm creates a school for students of show business on the Sunset Strip of Los Angeles that encloses telescopic classroom volumes in a shimmering steel frame.
By Katya Tylevich |
June 23, 2014
Tags: Education, Institutional, Urbanism
For a primary school in the Netherlands, designer Ineke Hans has carved out curiosity islands in the hallways and filled them with displays and bookcases that kids love to explore.
May 12, 2014
Sporting multihued windows, this extension by Taylor_Smyth Architects maximizes the school’s assembly space on a minimal budget.
April 28, 2014
In Lazy Bytes, an exhibit opening tomorrow at Parsons in New York, four of the world’s top design schools take a fresh look at the home’s most overlooked device.
October 23, 2013
Tags: Concept, Education, Exhibition
Thanks to its embedded sensor and LEDs, Float delivers air quality data to citizens.
By Paige Magarrey |
October 21, 2013
Tags: Concept, Education
The École Jean-Moulin, an elementary school designed by Richard + Schoeller, curves like a cresting wave to create a stimulating, airy environment for kids.
June 21, 2013
Tags: Education, Green Design
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