Posts tagged 'education'

Simone Bossi|||

This school design blurs the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces

The tradition of fortress-like, institutional schools hermetically sealed from the outside world has been turned on its head by Turin-based architect BDR Bureau with its

Interiors
Kilian O'Sullivan|||

Hayhurst & Co. Architects complete Clore Learning Centre at RIBA

The Royal Institute of British Architects’ Clore Learning Centre has been designed to encourage public engagement with the built environment. Observing, testing, making and sharing

Interiors
Assael Architecture|||

Working our way to wellbeing

While studying for my Degree in Architecture, there were some days when I’d arrive in the studio at 6am and wouldn’t leave until midnight. Often

Opinion
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The importance of awards in architecture and design

The new year always brings with it a new beginning, but for the British Council for Offices (BCO), January 2020 marks much more than a

Opinion
Made Associati and Alessandro Paderni|||

The Italian school changing ideas of work and study through hybrid architecture

While the verdant valleys of Buttrio are renowned for producing some of Italy’s most terrific wines, the comune, belonging to the province of Udine, is

Architecture
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Why networking is so important in the design industry – especially for women

Women in Office Design (WOD) is a networking and advocacy group set up in May 2018  that supports women working in all aspects of the industry,

Opinion
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Youth Select Committee calls for an improvement in the quality of student’s work experience

‘Realising the Potential of Work Experience’ launched at the House of Commons on Wednesday, concludes that where a student lives and what school they go

Opinion
Miguel de Guzman|||

Inside the Spanish school with a vanishing second storey

Adisappearing building may sound like an entertaining magic trick of sorts, but in ABLM Arquitectos’ Almost Invisible School, there is a rationale behind the fun. 

Architecture
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Space for everyone

Future-focused is a term that’s been thrown around quite a lot recently. Epitomising flexibility and the ability to change to meet the ever-evolving demands of

Architecture
Tom Arban and Scott Norsworthy|||

Perkins + Will designs skilled trades centre at Canadian college

Architects don’t always come away with statistics to show that how they designed a building effected real change, which is why the architects at Perkins

Architecture

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