How do we experience spaces, how do we design them, how do we “own” them? This anthology introduces conceptual, theoretical, and empirical approaches to space at the intersection of architecture, city planning, pedagogy, psychology, arts, and music. It also explores how spaces for living and learning are connected, as well as what are the utopias of spaces and education.
Our contribution centers on the question of which social and epistemological processes should play a central role in a knowledge-driven society and how they manifest themselves in spaces.
Our idea of space is not limited to the physical space but encompasses many dimensions: cultural, organizational, and technological. Integrating all these dimensions is a major challenge. If you succeed, such multi-dimensional environments can enable new knowledge, innovation, and creativity.
Find out how to design Enabling Spaces and discover case studies in this book.