The Amsterdam Watershed: How School Design is Changing and Why the Next Ten Years are Critical
Bruce Jilk is an architect and educational planner at KKE Architects in Minneapolis, Minnesota (United States). Jilk was chair at the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) November 2000 conference in Amsterdam (Netherlands), where he introduced the conference on “Innovative Alternatives in Learning Environments,” as a watershed event; he anticipates the period from 2000 to 2010 to be a crucial decade for educational planning.
United States, Netherlands, design of classrooms, knowledge society, learning environment
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