Life Is Carbon points to a design for the Ordrup School in Denmark where the Danish design team of Bosch & Fjord have created a whole range of spaces for "differentiated teaching and creative thinking".
Life Is Carbon points to a design for the Ordrup School in Denmark where the Danish design team of Bosch & Fjord have created a whole range of spaces for “differentiated teaching and creative thinking”. The design was based on the premise that all people are different, think differently and learn differently. LIC says:
In it you’ll find heightened window seating for watching the world outside, concentration booths, green platforms with red hot pots where discussion can buzz and bubble and large upholstered tubes for hiding with a good book or for spending some time alone.
Based on the premise that all people are different, think differently and learn differently, Bosch & Fjord have created a complete and challenging learning environment. Their design for the school is separated into three individual areas with distinct functions – Peace & Absorption, Discussion & Cooperation and Security & Presence – and by separating the activities and creating varied rooms they have created a space for both teaching and play, in which learning is optimized.
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