In March of this year, the Nanyang Technical University unveiled a $45-million learning hub – composed of 12 eight-storey-high towers of stacked, rounded rooms – to support the flipped classroom teaching method. Each of the building’s 56 “smart” classrooms comes equipped with flexible clustered seating, electronic whiteboards, multiple LCD screens and wireless communication tools. You can read more about the project here: Universities adopting ‘flipped classroom’ learning and see a number of pictures of it here thomas heatherwick’s learning hub in singapore comprises 12 tapered towers.
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