Tag Archives - Learning Spaces

Zeppelin University – How can a university re-invent itself?

Development of a new campus as an Enabling Space, Friedrichshafen Development of a new learning environment for the main campus of the Zeppelin University. Identification of the most significant future processes of knowledge creation in an interdisciplinary academic learning environment for the decision-makers of tomorrow. Development of a living knowledge architecture and designs which consider…

Creativity has left the building

Thomas Fundneider conducted two interactive workshops as part of the annual innovation congress of Germany´s Zentraler Immobilien Ausschuss (ZIA). The participants dealt playfully (facilitated by mood cards) with the question of how space has to be designed in order to enable re:creation. Berlin, November 28, 2019. Photo by La-Rel Easter on Unsplash.

New Design University – Lunchtime Lectures

At the invitation of the New Design University, Thomas Fundneider used numerous project examples to make the topic “Spaces as enablers for innovation and knowledge processes” tangible: How do spaces have to be designed to support innovation? How much influence does the architectural space have here? Aren’t other spaces – cultural, social, technological spaces –…

The transformable campus of the future

How do learning and teaching happen on the campus of the future and how does it compare to the industry? In their workshop “Enabling Innovation for the Future of Education in Universities and Industry. From Knowledge to Learning Paces and back.”, Markus Peschl and Carina Trapl combined state-of-the-art findings from the cognitive sciences with practical…