Schools and Kindergardens

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CHRONICLE BOOKS, 2007 - Architecture - 255 pages
In a global economy, the importance of education is now widely recognized. Furthermore, in the wake of international assessment studies, schools and kindergartens have become a focus of great public interest. As a new generation of educational environments are designed and built, this Design Manual illustrates the most up-to-date educational strategies and how they are realized in built form. With over 70 case studies from Europe, North America and the Pacific Region, this is an essential guide.

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About the author (2007)

The author is a practicing architect and a Research Fellow at the School of Architecture, University of Sheffield. He is a consultant to organizations involved in the design of schools and kindergartens, including the UK Government‘ s "Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment".

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