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The future campus

Principal Marina Carroll and Associate Daniel Stanning share insights on the ever-evolving future campus.

At the 9th Annual New Generation Learning Space Design Summit, Architectus Principal Marina Carroll and Associate Daniel Stanning shared insights from the Architectus designed Macquarie University Central Courtyard Precinct project.

Together, Marina and Daniel explored the influence technology has on education, how today’s students learn, work and socialise on campus, the relationship between campus and industry, co-creation for the design of new generation learning spaces and the ‘roaming classroom’.

Figure 1: Macquarie University Central Courtyard Precinct.


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