David Kelley

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04.28.10 | 12:30 am

Wall-E: Reconfigurable Walls at Stanford d.school Make Each Class the Perfect Size

Can classroom design influence the quality of learning? Anybody who’s sat in the back row of a big lecture hall with empty seats up front can tell you it’s a perfect setup for disengagement–or for updating your Facebook page. It’s a problem central to space design at the new Stanford d.school building, and one that planners solved with a massively reconfigurable wall system that lets instructors create the perfectly sized space for each class.

Wall-E: Reconfigurable Walls at Stanford d.school Make Each Class the Perfect Size
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