Building Knowledge: 8 New Education Projects Transforming LA

Design transforms education. Whether through simple detailing or radical programming, designers and architects dramatically shape how we learn. As technology engenders new teaching methods, designers are creating spaces to rethink sharing and discovery. From virtual storytelling to adaptive and perceptual learning environments, new advances are challenging traditional learning models. Understanding classical, operant and observational learning as experiences, modern projects are exploring how environment impacts exchange. As a testing ground for rethinking education, Los Angeles has become increasingly recognized for designs that embrace community and challenge convention. With the second largest public school district in the United States, Los Angeles is home to multiple academies and universities throughout the city. Both public and private alike, these institutions provide places to learn and create. From inner-city arts programs to collegiate student housing, we’ve gathered together eight projects that showcase some of LA’s newest education projects. Featuring expressive forms and contrasting façades, the designs establish extraordinary spaces for building knowledge and empowering change. UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Evelyn & Mo Ostin Music Center by Kevin Daly Architects, Los Angeles, Calif., United States UCLA’s Evelyn and Mo Ostin Music Center was designed adjacent to ...
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