Featuring reports on how teaching through the local area improves behaviour and communities learning to cross old divides in Northern Ireland as well as posters about being a chartered architectural technologist and Open in Norwich.
Olympic effect goes nationwide
The London Olympic Park is making huge strides towards completion. But what do the Olympics mean for places elsewhere in the country?
A student-designed space made of straw, two school grounds projects, a sculpture and a visit to an architectural practice.
My space, my base, my place
A new resource from CABE allows students to explore their own space, the homes we share with our families, and the public places we share with our neighbours and communities.
The effect of place on behaviour
Places shape our lives and the effect they have on us starts when we are young.
Communities learn to cross old divides
It’s a time of change for education in Northern Ireland. The peace process has spurred the creation of new ‘integrated’ schools.
Poster: Open, Norwich
It’s a nightclub…it’s a health suite…it’s a media lab…it’s a…youth club.
Poster: ever wanted to turn ideas into reality?
John West (right) is a chartered architectural technologist in Warwickshire. He talks to us about his job.
Published on 7 June 2010