University architecture has been significantly changing in recent decades. Globally, institutions of higher learning are gradually adapting their traditional buildings to meet a growing societal demand for a more democratic, equal, and diverse education system. The increasing mobility of students, their expectations for flexibility, and the perception of learning spaces all play a role. These shifts are highlighted in eleven projects, among them the Faculty of Fine Arts in Tenerife by gpy arquitectos, Technical Faculty SDU by C.F. Møller, National Taiwan University by Toyo Ito & Associates, and Utrecht University’s New Education Centre by Ector Hoogstad Architecten.
200頁、230 x 300 mm、英語・韓国語