Grace O'Shea, Jane Zhang
Domains: Process, Learning
Learning Units: 1 LU
Saturday, October 28, 2017 @ 3:15 pm
There’s a growing gap between the design intents and user experiences in architecture, particularly in the design of learning spaces. For a long time, schools have been designed to maximize efficiency of rote, static learning models. Learning models have shifted toward active and individualized experiences. We need to update our design processes. During this session, architects will embody a day in the life of a student and teacher in order to create a user centered learning space. This dynamic session will involve role-playing and rapid prototyping in interdisciplinary teams. Leave equipped with a set of tools to better engage your clients.