Rosan Bosch in Spanish newspaper Heraldo de Aragón, 'Let's not destroy children's creativity in school’

News story / March the 21st, 2016

There is no need to encourage creativity in children. They have it naturally.

Photo: Kim Wendt

Rosan Bosch in national Spanish newspaper: "The physical school environment matters"

News story / February the 15th, 2016

"The Dutch designer Rosan Bosch revolutionizes the learning space," writes the national Spanish newspaper El País in an interesting interview with Rosan Bosch on designs significance for learning in a modern educational context: "It's unnatural to…

Liceo Europa in Zaragoza opens the doors to a new and innovative learning environment

News story / February the 10th, 2016

The design works as a 'third teacher' and supports the preschool's organizational methods and pedagogical principles 'multiple intelligences'.…

Mountain cave / Photo: Kim Wendt

Liceo Europa

Project / 2016

Liceo Europa leads the way in education for 21st century learners through an innovative new preschool design
Photo: Kim Wendt

Rosan Bosch Studio's design has created a new dynamic and cohesiveness at VIA University College Viborg

News story / February the 5th, 2016

The Danish Association of Architects & Designers (FAOD) puts spotlight on our design for VIA University College Viborg

Rosan Bosch studio inspires design thinking for libraries

News story / February the 2nd, 2016

Today, Rosan Bosch Studio and The Danish Culture Agency holds the salon 'The Great Learning Space' in Copenhagen Main Library.…

Foto: Kim Wendt


News story / January the 21st, 2016

Rosan Bosch Studio’s project VILLUM Window Collection has been chosen unanimously by a jury as the winner of the acclaimed Danish Lighting Award 2015.…

Blogging for Danish Design Centre: To design a better world, we need to start in school

News story / January the 7th, 2016

"In my view, the primary success criterion for today’s and tomorrow’s school design should be that students and teachers alike experience the physical learning environment as a catalyst for development, and in this regard, design can make a di

Inside Hong Kong Business of Design week 2015 with Ida Marie Iuel

News story / December the 8th, 2015

By: Ida Marie Iuel, Head of Business Development at Rosan Bosch Studio 

Thomas Heatherwick explaining the programmatic paceplanning behind his design for the new learning hub at Nanyang Politechnic in Singapore

Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015 is on

News story / December the 2nd, 2015

Exciting insights from our Head of international Business Development, Ida Marie Iuel, who in this moment participates in Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2015. …