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Wilsonart | 2017 BEED Learning Space Designer and Developer Summit

In August 4, BEED Learning Space Designer and Developer Summit was convened in Shanghai. The summit was organized by BEED Asia and co-organized by American Institute of Architects (AIA) Shanghai Branch and Educational Building Committee of Institute of Chinese Architects, ASC. 

In August 4, BEED Learning Space Designer and Developer Summit was convened in Shanghai. The summit was organized by BEED Asia and co-organized by American Institute of Architects (AIA) Shanghai Branch and Educational Building Committee of Institute of Chinese Architects, ASC. 

Paul RICE 

Future-Ready Space for Learners & Innovators

Paul RICE, Architectural Design Director, Perkins+Will

 

Harry HOODLESS

Active | Social | Personality   Broadway Malyan Education Design

Harry HOODLESS, APEC Board member, Broadway Malyan Shanghai

 

Cao Yang

The design challenges from the Optional Class System in School

Cao Yang, Director of Interior Design Studio, Senior Interior Architects, China Architecture Design Group

 

Adam ROBARTS

How Project & Team-Based Learning (PBL & TBL) is Reshaping Classroom Designs?

Adam ROBARTS, Founder, Robarts Spaces

 

Zhang Jie

The Quest of STEAM Courses on Learning Space

Zhang Jie, Senior Architect/Project Manager, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

 

Boris SRDAR

Seriously Cool Places: The Future of Learning-centered Built Environments

Boris SRDAR, Design Director, NAC Architecture

 

Pearl Huang

From rooftop to underground space: How to master plan and design more learning space in the campus

Pearl Huang, Principal, Woods Bagot

 

Celine Wang

The Innovative Design of Public Space out of the Classroom

Celine Wang, Principal, B+H Architects

 

Alina VALCARCE

Converting Previously Under-utilized Space into Pilot Experimental Spaces

Alina VALCARCE, Partner, GroupGSA Beijing

 

Jens KUMP

The Challenge of Space Design: Trends in Academic Space Design

Christopher CHAN, Partner, MRY Architects/ President, AIA Shanghai

 

Christopher CHAN

The Challenge of Space Design: Trends in Academic Space Design

The Challenge of Space Design: Trends in Academic Space Design

 

Wang Xiaogong

Practice and Reflection: Diversified Education and Diversified Campus Planning & Design

Wang Xiaogong, Deputy Director of Education Research Center, Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

 

Liu Jingyan

The Learning Space of the Future

Liu Jingyan, Partner, Gensler

 

Richard WOOD

Robust and Reconfigurable Learning Environments for Schools of the Future – The New Campus of French International School in Hong Kong

Richard WOOD, Senior Principal Architect, HLA

 

As the engineered decorative material sponsor of the summit, Wilsonart not only demonstrated decorative materials suited for different functional space in the summit, but delivered a speech as well, sharing with all the guests its brand spirit, and non-profit campus renovation project for Zhuoyu Building of Hewai Primary School in Chahe Town Yuxi, Yunnan. Wilsonart hoped to show its concern about education project and left-behind children through practical actions.

Product Showcase and Negotiation Area for Wilsonart

Ms. Zhao Qing, Product Manager of Wilsonart Delivers a Speech

Wilsonart was invited to participate in the non-profit campus renovation project — "Hewai Primary School in Yuxi, Yunnan · the Third Space".

 

At present, an in-depth reform in education is taking shape, and the development of science and technology brings people many new ways of learning. Many informal learning spaces out of the classroom, such as libraries, cafes, kitchens, dormitories, computer centers, are changing our education layout.  These trends prove that "new design insight is needed for campus planning”, i.e., provides dynamic spatial nodes that support various activities based on the planning principle of integrating formal and informal space. Guided by the modern educational concept, the future classroom construction will focus more on features of "humanity, adaptability, sustainability, safety, flexibility, openness and continuous growth", which is well received by many guests present at the summit.


In the process of further learning and exploring the trend of future learning space design and modern learning concept with all the guests, Wilsonart focused on the real demand of designers and educational practitioners, presenting better educational learning space with an attitude of sincerity and innovation.