Project: Learning Environments of The Future Exhibition- 1999
Location: Seattle, WA
For: The Council For Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) Conference
This project explored the meaning of educational space as it is connected to experiential learning. This design explores the team / individual dichotomy of learning. It recognizes that real projects are accomplished in teams, yet individuals need personal space for research ,exploration, creativity and growth. The design provides a facility that is adaptable to individual, small group and large group learning activities. There is a central meeting and working space surrounded by individual, ergonomic working pods clustered in groups of 4. The exhibition and presentation of the ideas was designed by our graduate student team at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. We designed, built and set up the week-long exhibit space in Seattle and the exhibition served as an incubator for exploring ideas of future learning spaces.