Blogging for Danish Design Centre: To design a better world, we need to start in school
"In my view, the primary success criterion for today’s and tomorrow’s school design should be that students and teachers alike experience the physical learning environment as a catalyst for development, and in this regard, design can make a difference in everyday life. Future learning environments should inspire and support the curriculum, because learning environments represent an untapped potential that can help make a difference."
On the occasion of Danish Design Centre's launch of the new Danish Design Award, Rosan Bosch has been invited to contribute to their new blog. Read the full blog post here.