The German School was named the winner of the World Architecture Festival in the Schools – Completed Buildings category. Here, we take a closer look at the innovative project.
To continue with our learning spaces theme this month, Teacher has taken a closer look at the projects up for the ‘Future Projects: Education’ award category at this year’s World Architecture Festival awards.
Are you making the most of your learning space? In this month’s Research Files, we find out about the Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) project.
November is learning spaces month at Teacher magazine. Here, school designer, education facility planner, researcher and educator Peter Lippman looks at the history of school design and the importance of structure in open and flexible spaces.
The lead architect behind one of the shortlisted school designs at the World Architecture Awards tells Teacher about designing a school that reflects local culture, history and landscape.
‘[It] is less about the building and more about understanding what activities are intended to occur in the spaces.’ Peter Lippman discusses transformative learning environments.
This month, Teacher is exploring the theme of learning spaces. Here, school designer Peter Lippman discusses designing the ‘spaces-in-between’ and collaborative learning spaces.
Teacher takes a look at the latest developments in school design, showcased this week at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
When it comes to seating arrangements, are you a fan of the horseshoe? Rows of desks? One educator shares a strategy that's working in her classroom.
Why can’t schools be as exciting as Disney World? One principal shares how his school has incorporated stimulating learning platforms that feed students' imagination.