Educational spaces: architecture as the third educator.
The spaces where we learn and generate knowledge are a key factor in ensuring adaptability in the face of uncertainty and the incorporation of new trends in education over time.
Today, “soft” skills such as teamwork, creative thinking, and conflict resolution are valued just as much as the “hard” ones, those acquired through theoretical or practical training. Therefore, the architecture of these spaces must connect the student with a flexible, collaborative environment that is linked to nature.
We share how architecture and the correct design of educational spaces can accompany transformation processes in learning, promoting the integration of the latest pedagogical trends and connecting the student with new learning experiences.
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