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K-12 school design innovation: 'Learning Everywhere' and the mobile classroom

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K-12 school design innovation: 'Learning Everywhere' and the mobile classroom

K-12 school design expert Richard Berliner, AIA, discusses his firm's “Learning Everywhere” concept. 


November 10, 2021

Last September, AIA San Francisco awarded the Professional Category in its 2021 Future Classroom Competition to a five-person team from Culver City, Calif.-based Berliner Architects. The firm was selected for its “Learning Everywhere” idea that features a mobile strategy for education at school, home, on field trips, and in transit. BD+C's John Caulfield discuss that concept with Richard Berliner, AIA, Principal, Berliner Architects.

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