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Arthur Erickson on Learning Systems

With an Introduction by Melanie O’Brian
Collected writings from an interdisciplinary architect and educator. 

Whether he was designing buildings and spaces for universities, museums, performing arts, or libraries, Arthur Erickson was preoccupied with intersections—of people, cultures, and ideas. Arthur Erickson on Learning Systems collects writings by an architect advocating for interdisciplinary approaches to education and the methods for sharing knowledge. An introduction by Melanie O’Brian nuances Erickson’s big-picture thinking, draws parallels between curatorial practices and his approach to learning spaces, and discusses the experiences of campus users following university expansion and increased specialization among academic disciplines.

112 pages | 12 halftones | 4 1/2 x 7

Architecture: Architecture--Criticism

Education: Education--General Studies

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