The school design issue
An ITM special edition in which architects and educators discuss how school design is evolving to meet the needs of learning communities
Take time to pause and look at how schools are being designed. And if you get a chance, get involved!
Calara Garriga suggests that Passivhaus design can become ‘the new normal’ for sustainable school buildings.
Jane Crowhurst asks us to think about the stories that physical spaces in a school tell about its values.
Part of a 12th Century building in England has been adapted for global learning. Ashley Currie reports.
Architect Ian Bogle always has an ear open for people talking about learning and listens in. Here’s why.
If we want students to be inspired, we must design schools that they will enjoy, argues David Judge.
Pınar Gökbayrak reflects on classrooms, using ‘forgotten places’ and community designed schools.
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Gavin Judd describes how a community in Mexico created a campus to be used as the ‘third teacher’.
Neha Anna Sibu thinks good dialogue between educators and architects leads to great school design.
ITM talks with lifetime educator, Ronald Stones. What advice would he give about project leadership?