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PEER – The Scholen van Morgen (Schools of Tomorrow) initiative, laid out by the Flemish government in 2006, continues to develop with the third largest of the 250 school projects.
DETROIT – The Taubman Complex at Lawrence Tech University has been designed with a focus on ‘connection’ in order to become a central hub in the upcoming expansion plans for the campus.
ODENSE – The main campus of the University of Southern Denmark adds optimistic quarters to its historical functionalist campus.
MÖNCHENGLADBACH – A facility for German utility company NEW and the Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences exudes the innovation principles of its occupants.
PERTH – Edith Cowan University is now home to the golden Ngoolark Student Services building inspired by the endangered Carnaby cockatoo.
MEXICO CITY – TEN Arquitectos has designed the new campus of an institution catering for creative minds in Mexico City.
MELBOURNE – Woods Bagot’s new research facility for Melbourne’s Deakin University aspires to both monumental and academic prestige.
GRIFFITH – The architects add outdoor, in-between spaces in this Australian library extension.
OSNABRÜCK – Informal ‘learning landscape’ is given a prominent position among more traditional instruction spaces.
Dutch concept and interior designer Niels Maier of Studio Niels has collaborated with Rotterdam-based architects BroekBakema to create a colourful and lively office for health sciences company DSM.
Designed by Canadian firm Saucier + Perrotte Architectes as part of a project for the John Abbott College, this angular staircase winds its aesthetic magic
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