How ‘Inside Out’ Campus Design Could Boost Student Wellbeing

Time: 16:50 - 17:10

Date: Tuesday 15 October

20191015 16:50 20191015 17:10 Europe/London How ‘Inside Out’ Campus Design Could Boost Student Wellbeing

Many of us go through life unaware of how our environment shapes us. At universities, where student wellbeing and environment are intrinsically linked, one overlooked opportunity to make a significant difference is approaching the design of the campus as a complete experience. Better campus design has the potential to boost a university’s ecosystem of student and staff experience, and shape positive outcomes – particularly the wellbeing of… Read more »

Education Estates 2019

Synopsis

Many of us go through life unaware of how our environment shapes us. At universities, where student wellbeing and environment are intrinsically linked, one overlooked opportunity to make a significant difference is approaching the design of the campus as a complete experience. Better campus design has the potential to boost a university’s ecosystem of student and staff experience, and shape positive outcomes – particularly the wellbeing of students and their academic performance. For universities, it can also enhance ratings, advocacy, recruitment and retention.

Whilst most university campuses are conceived and designed from the outside in; Space Zero believe this should be reversed. Designing from the inside out is how the retail and leisure industries create relaxing, inspiring spaces; a model for the “sticky campus” design that students and staff desire.

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