πŸ“‘ The Morality of Educational Architecture

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Is this learning space worthy of its inhabitants? Will this place create a beautiful experience?

Tom Barrett responds to Elizabeth Farrelly’s four ways that architecture can “acquire moral heft”: wellbeing, environmentalism, public-mindedness and beauty. This continues Barrett’s exploration of learning spaces.

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