ANTWERP – The Belgian university building houses classrooms and a research centre for the rehabilitation sciences programme.
DÜSSELDORF – The curvy design plays out not only as a fluid visual feed but enforces the suggested movement of students rushing through to lectures and courses.
Sometimes it’s views first, architecture second. Here are five projects that take us to the edge.
From Herzog & de Meuron’s new high-rise building to the High Line, we doubt we’ll ever be short of material to write about.
CSÓROMPUSZTA – In this year’s edition, the participants finalised a series of pavilions to create a viable village structure.
EVANSTON – The sheer number of students on any given university campus can be quite daunting and it is not difficult to walk past hundreds of people each day.
Durham – Inaugurated earlier this month, the Ogden Centre West building opens up further space for the expanding student population in the North East of the United Kingdom.
OSIJEK – For the first time, the University of Osijek's Faculty of Civil Engineering has its own home, courtesy of architects Dinko Peračić and Roman Šilje.
CLAREMONT – JFAK partner John Friedman explains how the firm's new sports centre at Claremont McKenna College introduces light without compromising the building's function.
TOGANE – With the latest census showing a worrying decline in Japan's population, universities must adapt in order to attract international students to take up study opportunities.
IOWA – Holl does not shy away from the firm's signature style in the Visual Arts Building at the University of Iowa, streaming light into the interior through cuts in the structure.
NEW YORK – The Vagelos Education Center by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Gensler features a 14-storey cascade for informal study.
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