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Research Trip to Copenhagen<br />17 – 21 March 2010<br />
OrdrupSkole<br />School had a modern extension which staff could not adapt to, so Bosch & Fjord brought in to dispel animo...
OrdrupSkole<br />
OrdrupSkole<br />
Designlab & Tryoutlabs<br />Labs based at the IT University, Copenhagen University<br />Flexible glass box which did not f...
IT University, Copenhagen University and the Designlab<br />
Tryoutlabs<br />
3XN Architects<br />Architecture designed by 3XN<br />Presentation by Kim Nielsen, 3XN, at DAC Mind your Behaviour exhibit...
Ørestad Gymnasium<br />Designed by 3XN<br />Impressive and amazing stairs<br />Stairs were the central core to the whole b...
Ørestad Gymnasium<br />
Ørestad Gymnasium<br />
Statens Museum for Kunst<br />Met with Nana Bernhart<br />Ulk – visited the digital spaces aimed at young people<br />Offe...
SMK<br />
UngesLaboratorier for Kunst<br />
SMK<br />
HellerupSkole<br />Loved the top floor staff room which was more like an appartment – different chairs, loungers, exercise...
Louisianna<br />
Louisianna<br />
Louisianna Children’s Workshops<br />
Louisianna’s Sculptures<br />
Top Ten Thoughts<br />‘”Use space as a tool” Bosch & Fjord<br />How do you create a glass box which does not feel too expo...
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Copenhagen cp 2010

  1. 1. Research Trip to Copenhagen<br />17 – 21 March 2010<br />
  2. 2. OrdrupSkole<br />School had a modern extension which staff could not adapt to, so Bosch & Fjord brought in to dispel animosity and change how staff and pupils used the space.<br />B & F resided at Ordrup for several months where staff and pupils could drop and set tasks for the users, e.g. post-its to signpost favourite places<br />3 defined themes – Concentration & Reflection<br /> Dialogue & Concentration<br /> Community & Safety<br />Changed hallways – made them wider to change their focus, e.g. computer stations, games, social areas, alternative learning spaces for small groups<br />Clearly Defined spaces, e.g. homely spaces. Different learning approaches in different spaces<br />No fences – school an active part of the community, undulated outdoor spaces<br />Rails to hang things from such as art<br />Lots of different chairs for different people’s needs<br />Mats to define social groups<br />Reading tubes, dry jacuzzis, <br />Use of colour<br />
  3. 3. OrdrupSkole<br />
  4. 4. OrdrupSkole<br />
  5. 5. Designlab & Tryoutlabs<br />Labs based at the IT University, Copenhagen University<br />Flexible glass box which did not feel too exposing<br />Good use of lighting<br />Liked different levels to learn<br />Facilitates different types of learning<br />Subtle use of colour – red edging of shelving, yellow table<br />“Rooms affect the way we think and act”<br />“It’s good to create a culture of change and look at how we use the rooms as society changes”<br />Library exploring new uses for library. Acknowledged the need for new role, e.g. a place to discuss in small groups, a place to drink ‘good coffee’, a place to sleep, a place to watch films<br />Different chairs<br />Intimate use of lighting<br />
  6. 6. IT University, Copenhagen University and the Designlab<br />
  7. 7. Tryoutlabs<br />
  8. 8. 3XN Architects<br />Architecture designed by 3XN<br />Presentation by Kim Nielsen, 3XN, at DAC Mind your Behaviour exhibition<br />“Building can shape behaviour” Kim Nielsen<br />7 types of Behaviour – Cultural, Learning, Human, Public, Social, Responsible, Building<br />“All buildings establish settings for social process by bringing people together” Lars Quortrup, Head of Faculty DPU, Aarhus University<br />Museum of Liverpool 2011<br />
  9. 9. Ørestad Gymnasium<br />Designed by 3XN<br />Impressive and amazing stairs<br />Stairs were the central core to the whole building<br />Square building from outside, curvy interior structures<br />Light responsive coloured blinds on the exterior of the building<br />Good relationship with apple – good discount for staff and students<br />All students buy apple laptops at a subsidised rates through the Gynasium.<br />4 different types of classrooms – traditional, enclosed circular with moveable doors, circular raised areas, open-plan areas<br />All work based around laptops – problems with students continually on Facebook<br />Looking into becoming a ‘Virtual School’ for distance learning<br />Gynasium originally designed for 800 students. Now 1,000 plus students and it feels like the space is struggling to retain its flexible teaching approaches. All teachers assigned a space to teach for the year<br />
  10. 10. Ørestad Gymnasium<br />
  11. 11. Ørestad Gymnasium<br />
  12. 12. Statens Museum for Kunst<br />Met with Nana Bernhart<br />Ulk – visited the digital spaces aimed at young people<br />Offer sessions to schools - video, photography and sound<br />Currently under review as want to work more on the galleries and connect more with the collections and exhibitions<br />Want to re-decorate the spaces working with 2 new art pilots and young people<br />Want a more diverse range of art pilots<br />Fatboys did not work<br />Visited the more traditional art studios for taught sessions<br />Taught by artists<br />Wants to set up an informal european/international network between gallery educators who work with young people – Chiasma, Stedjelik, Whitworth,etc<br />2 children’s exhibition spaces<br />6 information plasma screens on arrival for all areas of the gallery – café, exhibitions, collections, everything!<br />
  13. 13. SMK<br />
  14. 14. UngesLaboratorier for Kunst<br />
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  16. 16. SMK<br />
  17. 17. HellerupSkole<br />Loved the top floor staff room which was more like an appartment – different chairs, loungers, exercise bikes, etc<br />Loved the kitchens in the 3 areas where students cooked their lunch in the afternoon leisure session<br />Candles<br />Cubicles for focused listening<br />Flexible schedule – new one each week with different times<br />Each day starts with Individual Time when student look at their Individual Learning Plan which is part of their Individual Action Plan (reviewed every 3 months)<br />Emphasis on creating a self-sufficient student<br />Younger children abseil down the building<br />Gorgeous materials, wood slats with grey felt behind<br />Take off outdoor shoes<br />Placed furniture to encourage people to move around calmly<br />First week no furniture in the space and then gradually added more furniture as they required it<br />Teachers and pupils designed and decorated their own spaces<br />Cublicles for focused listening<br />
  18. 18. Louisianna<br />
  19. 19. Louisianna<br />
  20. 20. Louisianna Children’s Workshops<br />
  21. 21. Louisianna’s Sculptures<br />
  22. 22. Top Ten Thoughts<br />‘”Use space as a tool” Bosch & Fjord<br />How do you create a glass box which does not feel too exposing?<br />Use at least 3 different types of chairs<br />Use colour which can be reflected onto white walls<br />Use a range of lighting, e.g. pendant, angle-poise, subtle colours to demarquate specific space<br />Don’t let the architecture dominate the presence of the users<br />Fatboys do not work!<br />Nurture gallery educators european/international network - set up blog with links??<br />Take off outdoor shoes<br />Flexible spaces<br />

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