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Stretch of Mind: The Observation in the Relative Movement of Object and Ego

Architecture, as the container of education, will materialize the opaque learning process in people’s minds, making it physically understandable for students. The interaction between people and architecture could become a kind of impetus to promote the education process. In a teacher-less school, architecture becomes a teacher not to teach people any specific knowledge, but how to learn.