A lesson in how to build the visionary school of the future
There is a plethora of initiatives dealing with the issues of schools and education.Those of a more architectural nature tend to assume that a well-designed, cost-effective edifice will result in a better environment, which will inevitably lead to a happier school community - in turn reflected in academic achievement. I would not disagree with any of that, but when it comes to titles such as the 'School of the Future', the architect must extend the opportunity to fundamentally explore ...
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