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Blueprints for tomorrow’s learning spaces

Arriving at the Fourth Industrial Revolution creates an unprecedented opportunity for a systematic re-think of higher education (HE) learning spaces. This series of podcasts will capture ideas of leading international thinkers in order to co-create a research agenda for lifelong learning spaces within HE, and inform new ways of designing and managing HE learning spaces.

Kinship and indigenous design 

The meeting of further and higher education

Collaborative and engaging spaces 

Sustainable transport routes 

Welcoming landscapes to nurture. 

Spaces of Biodiversity 

A whole person, reflective space

Spaces for everyone to feel at home 

Mindful spaces and peripheral visions 

Making and sharing food, for thought 

Virtual infrastructure 

Conceptualizing the digital space 

Authentic student experiences and learning

Innovation through design 

Feel good spaces and connecting with nature 

The Institution as an actor for urban transformation 

Negotiated Learning Journeys 

Functionality in Design 

Studentification by Design 

Learning Space Rating Systems

Dynamic and polyfunctional spaces

Supervising thoughts on research and funding

Welcoming biodiverse spaces

Building academic communities

Lovable spaces to lead us


Planning, structuring and developing learning spaces

Transformative learning experiences

Understanding the institution before the design

Measured and inspiring spaces

Introducing the series: Blueprints for tomorrow's learning spaces