Neglected Spaces Strategically Redesigned to Foster 21st Century Creative Thinking

Neglected Spaces Strategically Redesigned to Foster 21st Century Creative Thinking
Design

No Right Brain Left Behind and Green Dot Public Schools convert an uninspired, underused public library into a modern space fit for 21st century learning

Melanie Ehrenkranz
  • 30 july 2014

An underused public library in California has been radically transformed into a strategically designed immersive environment meant to inspire 21st century innovative thinking. This titivated space – called the Locke JetSpace – is the brainchild of Green Dot Public Schools and No Right Brain Left Behind. It’s a prototype space – hoping to serve as a blueprint for modular spaces that will provide schools with a redesign concept for neglected spaces. Founder of No Right Brain Left Behind Viktor Venson says:

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