Theme: education buildings
Universities are discerning clients which understand that good architecture can help them achieve future goals. Architects need to learn from and listen to these clients to understand what universities are hoping to achieve and develop design solutions that meet their needs At one time the common image of research buildings in higher-education institutions was of pokey, remote laboratories where men in white coats played with Bunsen burners and strange-shaped glassware. This is no longer ...
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