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  |  Channel: Education, Intellect

New technologies have increasingly moved to the center of 21st century learning, inspiring innovative learning concepts and potentially influencing our conception of educational space. This research refers to discoveries in neuroscience and cognitive psychology; it introduces theories about the ideal learning environment and takes a look at studies about the influence of the environment on academic performance and behavior.

By Tinka Rogic (Perkins+Will)
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  |  Channel: Education, Intellect, Technology

While online education has brought with it radical transformations to higher education, bringing people together in physical space is and will be essential for student success.

By Christina Long (Perkins+Will)
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  |  Channel: Education, Intellect, Labs, Workplace

British Technology Innovation Centers each focus on a particular research theme that, though specialized, has relevance across a wide range of industries. They promote faster and more effective translation of laboratory discoveries into products and processes for commercialization.

By Paul Harney (Perkins+Will)
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  |  Channel: Intellect, Process, Technology

This article reviews performance-driven design methods, parametric design and digital fabrication as some of the emerging design techniques in architectural design

By Ming Tang (University of Cincinnati),
Ajla Aksamija (Perkins+Will),
Michael Hodge (Gensler),
Jonathon Anderson (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
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  |  Channel: Energy, Intellect, Process

This article discuses use of simulation tools in design practice to support sustainable and energy efficient design decisions.

By Ajla Aksamija (Perkins+Will)
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  |  Channel: Process

This paper discusses the integration of knowledge bases and shape grammars for the generation of building models. Knowledge-based and generative systems are combined to construct a method for characterizing existing buildings.

By Ajla Aksamija (Perkins+Will),
Kui Yue (Microsoft),
Hyunjoo Kim (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte),
Francois Grobler (),
Ramesh Krishnamurti (Carnegie Mellon University)