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    • Aalto  Campus   Creating New Environments for Learning and Work Tapio Koskinen, Head of Infrastructures for Learning and Research Helsinki 12.12.2013
    • The  three  campuses  of  Aalto  University  
    • Campus  2015   Interna7onal  Architectural   Compe77on  for  a  new  building   for  the  the  School  of  Arts,   Design  and  Architecture.   The  first  phase  resulted  in  189   entries.  Six  finalists  were   selected  for  the  second  round   The  results  were  announced  on   Sept  27,  2013   1.  Väre,  Verstas  Architects,   Helsinki,  Finland   2.  492700  Leap,  by  Esa   Ruskeepää  Architects  Ltd,   Helsinki,  Finland   3.  stay  strong  swee7e,  Luis   MarTnez  Santa-­‐María,   Madrid,  Spain  
    • Aalto  University  main  Campus   ARTS  new   building  &   metro  staBon   Aalto  Learning   Center  &   Students’  Hub  &   Library  
    • Aalto  ARTS  is  a  school  for  design,  media,  architecture,  art,   art  educa7on,  film,  television  and  scenography.   The  learning  model  adopted  by  the  school  combines   theory  and  prac7ce.  The  spa7al  solu7on  supports  successful   implementa7on  of  the  learning  model.   Problem  based   learning  in  small   groups.   Learners  generate   meanings  out  of   THEORY   their  own  ac7ons   PRACTICE   and  experience   Auditoriums,   Lecture  halls,   Group  facili1es,   Libraries     Hands  on  learning   about  materials,   techniques  and   processes   Workshops,   Group  facili1es,   Computer  classes   Studios    
    • Learning  Spaces  for  Art,  Design  and  Architecture   LECTURE  ROOM   Large  Group   STUDIO   LEARNIN  CENTER   Individual  study   GALLERY   Peer  Learning   CAFETERIA   Group  Learning   HUB     Informal  and   Group  Learning   THEORY   GENERIC   SPECIALIZED   Learning  spaces   Learning  spaces   INFORMAL   Learning  spaces   WORKSHOP   Individual  study   Peer  Learning   Machine  Room   Group  Learning   PRACTICE   SPECIALIZED   Learning  spaces   There  are  two  main  types  of  specialized  learning  spaces  at  Aalto  ARTS  that  are  essen7al   from  the  point  of  view  of  the  generic  learning  model  adopted  by  the  school:     Studio  and  Workshop    
    • Studio  Cluster   Faculty  workspace   LIBRARY   GALLERY   CAFETERIA   HUB   Informal  and   Group  L Access  to  gallery  earning   Socializing   Studios  should  be  flexible  and   user  configurable.  Interior   Desk  work   Lockers   and  workshops   surfaces  preferably  unfinished.   Key  learning  facili7es,  such  as   the  specialized  worksta7ons  are   Group  work   Computer   part  of  the  studio.  The  studio  is   work   well  connected  to  the   workshops  to  enable  students  to   easily  move  their  work  between   DESK  WORK  AREA:  This  is  the  hearth  of  the  studio.  The  set-­‐up  and  furniture   varies  and  does  not  necessarily  include  conven7onal  desks.  The  space  can   the  workshops  and  the  studio.   be  easily  re-­‐configured  by  its  users.  Student  lockers  are  located  within  the   Each  of  the  three  Studio  Clusters   consists  of  the  following   facili7es:   space.   SOCIALIZING  AREA:  Kitchen  /  coffee  shop    area,  living  room  and  space  for   ad-­‐hoc  mee7ngs   GROUPWORK  AREA:  Small  project/mee7ng  rooms,  Large  project/mee7ng   rooms  and  Group  learning/lecture  rooms   COMPUTER  WORK  AREA:  Specialized  worksta7ons  with  sodware  specific  to   the  area  of  study.   STORAGE  ROOM:  for  student  work   FACULTY  WORKSPACE:  offices  for  professors,  lecturers  and  researchers  
    • Studio   Faculty  workspace   Lockers   Socializing   Desk  work   Group  work   GALLERY   CAFETERIA   Access  to  gallery   HUB   and  workshops   Informal  and   Group  Learning   Computer   work  
    • The  workshop   structure  comprises   of  13  dedicated   workshops  that  are   used  by  the  five   departments  of  the   school.  Several   workshops  serve   also  needs  of  other   schools.  
    • Workshop   Student  work     storage   GALLERY   CAFETERIA   HUB   Informal  and   Group  Learning       Access  to  gallery     and  studios       Hands  on   Learning   Office   Machine   Room   Storage  
    • Library   •  Old  library  building  by  Alvar  Aalto   •  Planning  of  the  renova7on  started   with  a  service  design  project  with   a  Finnish  company  6KRS  Ltd   •  The  first  phase  included  nearly   200  interviews  and  numerous   workshops   •  Concepts  and  prototypes  for   services  and  spaces  for  learning   and  work  were  developed  and   tested  in  collabora7ve  workshops.   Many  were  rejected.  The  best   survived  
    • Places  for  learning  together…     InformaBon  and   Learning   Easy  access  to  the  best   academic  content  and   knowledge   Events  and  Networking   Context  and  facili7es  for   networking  and   collabora7ng   Working   Flexible  and  inspiring  spaces   for  work  and  study  –  in   groups  and  alone   Personal  ProducBvity   Support  and  guidance  for   beger  rou7nes  for  work  and   study  
    • Jack-of-all-trades 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 5 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Gregarious animal 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 5 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Lone wolf 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 5 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Teacher 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 5 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Researcher 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Corporate guy 1 2 Käyttäjät 4 5 Käyttäjäryhmät Tähän käyttäjäkuvakst KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • 1 Strategia 3 4 5 Palvelulupaus: yhdessä oppiminen tekee meistä maailman parhaita. KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    • Cave Room •  •  •  •  •  100 m2 Erillinen tila Äänieristetty muista tiloista Hiljainen tila Voi olla sokkeloinen tai useampi tila erillään toisistaan KUUDES KERROS http://kuudes.fi/en/
    •   SLIDESHARE   h+p://www.slideshare.net/cascatelli/   arts-­‐learning-­‐dec132013     tapio.koskinen@aalto.fi