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Where the Classroom Ends

Classrooms are often explicitly defined spaces that designate an area for learning. This traditional sense of the classroom implies that children learn mostly within those four walls. However, the act of learning is not confined to an enclosed classroom; it is developed through a series of interactions, relationships, and situations that are encountered throughout the day. This proposal for a new PS 64 incorporates a continuity of spaces with a fragmentation of vertical platforms to shape a school that is informed by human activities and relationships.