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?

Despite almost three-and-a-half centuries of knowledge showing how powerful and beneficial color is to humankind, white continues to be used as the traditional and safe choice for walls in school and college classrooms.

Technology and innovative learning modalities are reshaping schools and universities. Research continues to grow showing that students learn best when the physical environment is responsive and adaptable. Teaching methods and technology continue to evolve. Techno

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