Chris Stewart, Director, Collective Architecture, writes about the challenges of delivering extraordinary places with sparse reward.
Chris Carr, Senior Workplace Consultant, haa design, writes about the many places that learning takes place - including the charity pub quiz...
In this blog Mark Ellson, Education Director Holmes Miller Architects, writes that the architect's job is to listen, and to listen attentively.
In this blog Gillian Lockyer, Director of Studio 42 Design, writes about participation and seeing spaces through the eyes of the user.
In this blog Karen Nugent, Head of Creative Workspace, Page \ Park Architects, writes about working with learners to explore architecture.
Paul Stallan argues that Scotland’s school buildings are a barrier to delivering the Curriculum for Excellence.
In this blog Jonathan McQuillan, from Anderson Bell + Christie, looks at how design can support a learners' journey.
The insight of those who will inhabit and use the buildings and spaces we design is always an essential component of achieving a successful outcome.
In this blog Adam McGhee, Partner, Sheppard Robson, writes about how to listen to learners to create spaces that support their learning.
In this blog Calum Duncan, Director, Calum Duncan Architects, blogs about the importance of giving learners the gift of movement.