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Climate School Center for Debate and Consensus

In consequence of recent pandemic situation, data-based spaces are being built on the net such as online museums, libraries, and classrooms. In this context, how would universities in a post-COVID world be designed? This project assumes that future university will need less classrooms and more public spaces for face-to-face communications. For the new Climate School especially, multiple public spaces for debate are designed to enable the School to function as a major institution facing climate issues. People will debate, form a consensus, and provoke political acts.