Facility Planning

Facility Planning: Designing in Future Tense

More tips for designing forward-facing educational facilities.

As laid out in the two previous Facility Planning columns, school designs are drastically changing because of these trends in K-12 and postsecondary education: 1) multicultural fluency, 2) intense data, 3) integrating arts-tech-engineering, 4) customized learning, 5) project-based learning, 6) interdisciplinary vs. siloed curriculum, 7) flexible learning and social opportunities, 8) teacher as facilitator/mentor, 9) preparing for careers yet to be invented, and 10) nurturing school ...

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Insights from Paul W. Erickson and others from architecture firm ATS&R about hot design topics.

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Paul W. Erickson

Erickson, AIA/NCARB/REFP, is president of ATS&R Planners/Architects/Engineers, Minneapolis, a multi-disciplined firm specializing in pre-K to 12 and post-secondary school planning and design.
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