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Schools for the future : design proposals from architectural psychology

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Hogrefe, Cambridge, MA, p.261 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LB3205 .S36 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8519470

Keywords:

Architecture--Psychological aspects, School buildings, School buildings--Design and construction

Abstract:

Contents: Foreword / Henry Sanoff -- Introduction / Rotraut Walden -- History of the schoolhouse in the USA / Jeffery A. Lackney -- Historical background of the Japanese school / Kaname Yanagisawa -- The historical development of school building in Germany / Simone Borrelbach -- The school of the future: conditions and processes - contributions of architectural psychology / Rotraut Walden -- Schools designed with community participation / Henry Sanoff -- Trends in the design and planning of schools from the viewpoint of information technology and communication / Kaname Yanagisawa -- A design language for schools and learning communities / Jeffery A. Lackney -- Criteria for the judgment of the quality of school buildings / Rotraut Walden -- Conclusion: What makes a school a "school of the future"? -- Appendixes: 1. Descriptions and photographs of 23 scool examples from 11 countries on 5 continents -- 2. Schools as living, empowering places / Peter Hübner -- 3. From a creative knowledge to creative ignorance / Friedensreich Hundertwasser.