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60 Partitions School

Learning is a process of exchange that involves the exploration of self and the environment where we situate. The project proposes a new model of learning typology that brings nature, street life, and people together into an inclusive and heterogeneous environment. The proposal suggests a sense of spatial permeability between the built structure and the city, embracing and celebrating public life as well as empowering the curriculum of institutions with a field condition of connections. In the 60 Partitions School, students are encouraged to learn through various ranges of interactions with the embedded environment as an evolving extension of the students themselves.