On the relationship between space, cognition, learning, and innovation

In his keynote lecture, Markus Peschl rendered the physical, social, epistemological, and cognitive dimensions of space and why they are most relevant for creating spaces that enable both learning and innovation.

The research group “Educational Landscapes in Motion” investigates the relationship between education and space and reflects on this relationship in an interdisciplinary fashion.

Bildungslandschaften in Bewegung, Vienna University of Technology, AT