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The art of school design: networks of collaboration between architects and educators in post war Europe.
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Through oral history and archival research, the lives of leading figures in the post-war period of English school design have been examined in relationship with one another. The research has uncovered networks of individual architects, artists and educationists who together constructed a particular vision of education and subsequently a process of school-design during the third quarter of the twentieth century. This research suggests that while vision is important, the history of visualising school offers another still relevant set of references to those generally chosen today.
This talk is part of the Histories of Education and Childhood series.
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