Academic Landscapes: Subliminal Learning in a Communal Environment

Academic Landscapes: Subliminal Learning in a Communal Environment

Most suburban independent schools are designed on the campus idea, and increasingly, public schools are embracing the idea of defined open spaces.

Most colleges and universities in America are situated on consciously designed campuses, where the buildings or groups of buildings are used to define the edges of outdoor space. Typically, college campus plans are derived from one or more of these precedents:

The village or town green is a common open space with orthogonally-arranged buildings as edges; the plantings and pathways are informal. An example of a campus derived from this precedent is the Harvar

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