Learning environments

Children spend up to 90% of their day indoors, with much of that time spent within a classroom. It’s understandable, then, that the design of these spaces matter. Studies show, in fact, that when daylight and ventilation are key components of classroom design, they can have up to a 15% impact on students’ learning abilities. Hessenwaldschule, a cooperative school in Germany, is proof of just that.

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