The Transformation of the Classroom

A classroom is not a sealed box. On the contrary, openness and transparency are ideal characteristics of a school, as they should function as a space where students can enjoy learning and develop to their full potential. When designing classrooms, architects need to carefully consider, including the overall layout, lighting, ventilation, materials, installations and facilities and other details to meet users' needs. Combining outdoor and indoor areas to form a unified teaching environment brings students closer to nature as if studying and exploring under a large tree. As a result, students' thinking can become more expansive and active. In this episode, we'll look at the classroom designs of different primary and secondary schools and learn how architects combine various design and environmental protection elements to improve the learning environment and create happy and creative campuses.
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