The purpose of LEARNING BY DESIGN magazine is to bring to K-12, higher-education facility, and architects and interior design product specifier decision-makers an armchair tour of some of the most innovative and effective education projects that have been recently undertaken across the United States. Think of LEARNING BY DESIGN as a school and university leaders guide to the education architectural & design field. 



LEARNING BY DESIGN is produced 3 times a year, in the Spring (April 1st), the Summer (June 1st),and the Fall (October 1st)).  Each edition highlights a just completed North American education architectural awards program. Throughout its pages readers find a multitude of projects and articles of importance that provide insight and examples of: facility evaluation tools; possibly uncommon yet progressive new spaces; thoughtful adaptive reuse and or renovation of existing facilities; and great new 21st century buildings at a variety of price ranges.  

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Volume 26/Fall 2017 

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