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TEDx Video: Designing for a better world starts at school

News story / November the 18th, 2013

Rosan Bosch has presented her big idea during the TEDx conference 2013 in Indianapolis. With the design of the Swedish free school, Vittra Telefonplan, as an example, the overall message concerned the importance of motivate students to continuously challenge themselves and engage in the society surrounding them:

“Since I started to use design as a tool for development in schools, I have felt that I am contributing to our society and future. I am trying to imagine what will happen to the world if all our childrens potential, all their joy and desire for challenging and discovering the world, one day will spread fully out and make our future.”

Watch the video to find out more about why designing for a better world starts at school.

 

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Campus Gentofte

What is the best place for a motivating study environment? The basement, of course!…
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A class room has been opened up and became part of the open corridor and learning environment / Photo: Kim Wendt

Vittra school Södermalm

Imaginative and colorful interior in historic setting. Rosan Bosch has created an inspiring setting for students and teachers at the Vittra school in the Stockholm district of Södermalm
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Library and study table/ Photo: Kim Wendt

Copenhagen University Hospital

Rosan Bosch Studio has created a unique design solution for the Heart Center at Copenhagen University Hospital to improve quality and working environment
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High table in the Green Control Room / Photo: Kim Wendt

Bornholms Efterskole

The Danish free school Bornholms Efterskole is a pioneer of digital and project based education. Now, the school has an equally innovative interior design
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Green Screen / Photo: Kim Wendt

LEGO® PMD

Rosan Bosch has created a working environment for LEGO® where development, play and creativity are integrated into the spatial design
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Walkway with slide / Photo: Anders Sune Berg
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Green Screen / Photo: Kim Wendt

Bornholms Efterskole

Project / 2013

The Danish free school Bornholms Efterskole is a pioneer of digital and project based education. Now, the school has an equally innovative interior design

TEDx Video: Designing for a better world starts at school

News story / November the 18th, 2013

Rosan Bosch has presented her big idea during the TEDx conference 2013 in Indianapolis. With the design of the Swedish free school, Vittra Telefonplan, as a…

A class room has been opened up and became part of the open corridor and learning environment / Photo: Kim Wendt

Campus Gentofte

Project / 2013

What is the best place for a motivating study environment? The basement, of course! At Campus Gentofte, the most unlikely of places has been turned into the most inspiring area for teachers and students.
High table in the Green Control Room / Photo: Kim Wendt

Copenhagen University Hospital

Project / 2012

With a unique interior design solution, Rosan Bosch Studio has improved the working environment at The University Hospital's Heart Center to the benefit of employees and patients alike

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