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Whether minimalist or maximalist, education design ultimately needs to be adaptable. Leanne Amodeo explores the power of flexibility in contemporary education spaces.
When education buildings are properly integrated into the urban fabric of cities, magic happens. Grimshaw puts the method around that magic.
An addition to the INDE.Awards this year is The Graduate, recognising excellence in the work of a fifth-year architecture student.
Celebrating the diversity and excellence of primary through to tertiary schools, The Learning Space category in the INDE.Awards recognises that education design is paramount to educational success.
18 months since we last experienced Milan Furniture Fair, at last, it’s back! Here’s what to expect (and what not to miss) during the reimagined week of design.
When picturing a classroom, you might envisage rows of simple desks with a teacher and a board at the front. But Matthews Architects is setting a new precedent.
Emphasising design, art and music, this Shenzhen kindergarten’s curving white halls, surprising accents and colour fragments make it unlike most childhood schools.
John Wardle Architects creates a constructive learning environment to cater for pedagogical advancements at Geelong College Junior School.
Can schools be designed to enhance the wellness of their users? Here are six of our favourite spaces that merge education with wellbeing.
The New York City Pavilion at this year’s London Design Biennale is a recreation of one of Studio Elsewhere’s powerful Recharge Rooms.
Our latest issue looks beyond the classroom as simply an environment for teacher and student, to consider the relationship between education and urbanism.