A Metropolis Think Tank panel at Atlanta-based tvsdesign delved into the resources that are crucial to a well-rounded teaching and learning experience.
Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture at Bizzell presents a fascinating chapter of American architectural education.
Designed by A+I, AltSchool's new model campus could serve as a model for schools seeking to increase individualized attention for each student.
A Q&A with Zyscovich Architects on how education start-ups are bringing new ideas to schools and urban planning.
With major architecture firms getting involved, these formerly neglected institutions are having a design renaissance—and showing us how design could transform the American education system.
Seattle architect Rania Qawasma has created an award-winning guide for refugees navigating day-to-day life in American cities.
Photographer Brian Guido takes us on an in-depth tour around Frank Lloyd Wright's ever-evolving "camp for adults," capturing everything from its petroglyph-inscribed boulders to its unique bright blue chairs.
We preview some design trends in work and educational spaces that will be on display at the 2017 NeoCon show in Chicago.
How school curriculums are incorporating new concepts of "design thinking"—an architect's perspective.
Designers ensure that learning can now happen anywhere—and be all the more entertaining because of it.
Engineering and design must become core elements of our schools’ curricula.
The founder of Project H Design writes about her experience in teaching design.
Using a game-based curriculum, Salen is challenging—head-on—education’s unhealthy reliance on tests.
A survey of outstanding K–12 schools underscores the compelling ways that architects and designers respond to the changing nature of education today.
In recent years, IDEO has spent a lot of time and effort thinking about education. The firm’s work with Ormondale Elementary School, in Portola Valley, California, helped pioneer a special “investigative-learning” curriculum that inspires students to be seekers of knowledge.…