19.09.2010 LEARN as you CAN

As the 21st century unfolds, we are faced with the need to make fundamental shifts in how we approach education and schools.  We embrace new thinking – and have developed approaches to project-based learning, featuring an increased role for technology, and more sustainable and socially responsible institutions.  We are designing education facilities with flexible spatial configurations, integrated break-out and project rooms, and better connections between the indoors and out.
Our model has students growing food and learning from the building itself, exploring social needs of society and extending the school’s role into the wider community. This innovative approach, and its application will be a radical shift in the way children experience and learn. By using mechanical systems such as wind turbines, green roofs as learning tools students learn in a real world setting. We are working with what architects call “ad hoc urbanism” to illustrate how these necessary changes in education can be translated to the design of schools today, providing a new blueprint for the “future classroom”.

16.09.2010 IWMF Deutsches Fussballmuseum




Thanks to Marcel Heller of Heller Designstudio, Stuttgart for the cool renderings
Link: www.heller.tv

10.09.2010 IWMF Deutsches Fussballmuseum



Together with Uwe Böttcher from Kultur&Kommunikation, Berlin and K.I.T. Group GmbH, Berlin we developped a concept for a tent like exhibition center. The mobile construction (SPRUNG building, US) was presented to the Board of FC Bayern München.

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