SCUP JOURNAL FEATURE: WHY CAMPUS MATTERS

In a recent article for SCUP’s Planning for Higher Education Journal, Sasaki principals Vinicius Gorgati, AIA, LEED® AP and Pablo Savid-Buteler, LEED® AP share their perspectives on changes to pedagogy, education platforms, campus environments, and the student experience, offering both an analysis of trends and revealing a new set of approaches to supporting the next generation of institutions of learning.

Click here to read the article in full on ISSUU, which was originally published in the April-June 2016 “Campus Matters” issue.

Synopsis:
Globally, changes in demographic and financial realities, and shifts in educational approach to meet these new challenges, require colleges and universities to reorient to support new educational models; In the process, institutions are recasting both what higher education is and how a physical environment can serve it. A look at the diverse approaches schools are taking to planning, design, and building around the world produces a revealing snapshot of a fast-changing future for campuses and the new experiences students and young workers will come to know. Amidst all this change, the campus — in all its evolving forms — still matters as much as ever.

This post originally appeared on the Sasaki blog.