Planning Learning Spaces: A Practical Guide for Architects, Designers and School Leaders
Murray Hudson, Terry White
What we teach and the way we teach is being hotly debated within countries and between continents. Planning Learning Spaces demonstrates cutting-edge approaches to educational space design, from primary to college studies, and explains how these spaces support education and enhance learning experiences. With contributions from leading professionals, including Herman Hertzberger and Sir Kenneth Robinson, Planning Learning Spaces is an invaluable resource for architects, interior designers and educators.
Murray Hudson is the Managing Director and Chairman of Gratnells and founder of the Gratnells Learning Rooms project, which campaigns to improve educational outcomes by maximizing the beneficial effects of the learning environment. He sits on the Executive Council and Management Committee of the British Educational Suppliers Association, and was chairman of the British Educational Furniture Manufacturers Group from 2012–16.
Terry White (BPhil, MEd, FRSA) has a passion for excellence in the design of schools and environments for learning. He is committed to sharing good practice in the UK and through his international projects and study visits, working directly with learners, teachers, co-educators and design professionals. He has extensive experience in schools and colleges as a headteacher and principal. He has worked in the public and private sectors of education, with national and local government, schools, industry, universities, contractors and design professionals. He was a director of WSP Buildings and a founding director of Edunova. He has been the lead Education Design Advisor on large-scale building programmes, developing and delivering the design brief for over 40 schools. He is the Chair of the Association for Learning Environments in the UK.
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publication Date||21 October 2019|
|Illustrations||83 colour photographs|
|Rights||Europe (excluding Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Middle East, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe|