Allowing multiple cross disciplinary voices into your design process allows for multiple dimensions of thought and a blending of expertise that will present a glimpse into the future from many different perspectives Photo: Robert Churchill/iStock/Thinkstock

Allowing multiple, cross disciplinary voices into your design process allows for multiple dimensions of thought and a blending of expertise that will present a glimpse into the future from many different perspectives.

Planning for a future you can’t predict

Educators are realizing that drawing a line in the sand and designing their buildings based on today’s technology is shortsighted. Without a crystal ball, how do we create learning environments that can accommodate a future that we cannot see?

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