Each of us learns differently. There is a new learning and teaching culture and there are diverse ways to learn – passively listening to lessons is giving way to active, independent learning. Schools and their surrounding neighborhoods become learning and living environments. Differentiated spatial options promote different types of learning and give rhythm to the whole day. Diverse venues for learning inspire and arouse curiosity. Networked learning landscapes create synergies and promote learning with and from one another. We assist you from the first idea to project implementation: We give you guidance on integrated school building processes ("phase zero") and adjust our spatial concepts to the pedagogical profile of each particular school.