Dunlop sketches out core design principles in education
April 26 2012
These serve as an introduction to the Family of Schools exhibition currently running in the Lighthouse, which will explore a range of issues impacting on learning spaces.
This draws on a number of recent examples of school building across the country such as James Gillespie’s in Edinburgh and Campbeltown Grammar
Speaking about the exhibition Sam Cassels, the Head of the Schools Programme at Architecture and Design Scotland, said: “Well designed learning places are first and foremost places which people want to be in. The aim of school design is straightforward: to create places where remarkable things can happen every day. This demands the relentless pursuit of better ways for design to enable learning.”
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