Planning Learning Spaces Magazine. Issue 10


In this issue:

  • Old buildings, new spaces – Michál Cohen on giving existing buildings a new lease of life
  • Good intentions – Dr Robert Dillon shares six ways intentional design improves learning spaces
  • High Self ESTEAM – A South African school with its sights set firmly on the future, by Meg Fargher
  • Child’s-eye view – Brooklyn pre-school Mi Casita’s community-inspired design, by Bridgitte Alomes
  • Game on – Exploring the link between spaces for play and learning, by Dr Fiona Young
  • Knock on wood – Viktoria Petrovskaya from EdDesign online reports from Finland’s largest wooden school
  • The freedom to just get on with it – Professor Stephen Heppell reflects

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