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Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott is an architect and principal of Scott and Ryland Architects, an established Sydney practice that specialises in Early Childhood Environments, Heritage and Residential projects. Sarah has designed and consulted on more than 50 Early Childhood Centres in the last 16 years, designing for children’s unique scale, perspective and sensory needs whilst also supporting each centre’s pedagogical focus. In 2008 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study the design of Early Childhood Centres in Europe, Japan and America. She is the author of Architecture for Children, published by ACER Press.

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Learning spaces: Biophilic design in schools
Learning spaces: Biophilic design in schools

What is biophilic design? How does it differ from sustainable design? And why should schools be taking a lead from early childhood settings in adopting this approach for projects and programs? Architect and author Sarah Scott discusses biophilic design and its benefits in today’s article.


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