1994. 4 Public Instruction


From the city museum to the village schoolhouse, architectures of education and culture constitute genuine spaces of public responsibility. As laboratories for formal experimentation but also a fertile field for programmatic and functional innovation, school buildings serve to set the stage for the socialization of the nation’s youth; while museums, as privileged places of collective symbolic identity, represent the eventual shift from pedagogical instruction to aesthetic experience...[+]

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