#22 ARCHITECTURE OF EDUCATION: COMMUNITIES AND INNOVATIONS
School as a social infrastructure
Why the talk is inspiring?
Being a special place for the community and a place for innovation, elementary schools should be prepared for a future supporting general public’s changing needs. This lecture explores the potential of school as a community garden, multi-generation center, historical site and disaster shelter.
The conversation is arranged in collaboration with VGTU Faculty of Architecture.
The talk is held on December 6th at the National Art Gallery (NDG), Konstitucijos av. 22, Vilnius.
Event starts at 8 p.m. Entrance is free of charge. Lecture will be held in English.
How the speaker is exceptional?
Sun-Young Rieh is a Professor of University of Seoul, Korea. Currently she is a visiting scholar at TU Delft. She is a registered architect in both Korea and the U.S. She was Fulbright Scholar from US Government in University of Hawaii in 2007. Her researches on school was funded by NRF, Korea and paper was invited by CELE (Centre for Effective Learning Environments), Official Journal of OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).
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Why the book is worth reading?
This book is the most talked about school scholar’s steady selling book. Through this book readers can see how learning environment can support educational objective. This book especially deals with participatory school design process that student, teacher, parents, administrator and architect is involved.
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