Harvard Educational Review
  1. Winter 1969 Issue »

    Why/How to Build School Buildings

    Giancarlo De Carlo
    In a period of crisis of values like the one which we are going through at present, we cannot deal with problems of "how to" without first posing the problems of "why." If we were to begin discussing immediately the best way to build school buildings for contemporary society without first clarifying the reasons for which contemporary society needs school buildings, we would run the risk of taking for granted definitions and judgments which may not make sense any more; and our speculations would turn out to be sand castles.

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