Issue 60 of Indesign Magazine Focuses on Education. Indesign Live will do the same during the month of March.
March 11th, 2015
Above: Melbourne School of Design by John Wardle Architects. Full feature in Indesign #60. Photography by John Gollings.
To accompany the release of Indesign #60, with its focus on Education, over the next month Indesign Live will sustain the themes explored in the magazine – namely, that architecture and design can contribute to the creation of nourishing learning and teaching environments.
From fostering community among faculty and students to recognising the opportunities offered by technology, these disciplines play an invaluable role in the contemporary educational institutions that are the crucibles for the great minds of the future.
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