Making it my street: The Bond university “street” area

Marcus Randall, Gail Wilson

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Abstract

The Street area is the central point of the University’s main teaching building. Until recently, it was merely a transition space – people would move through it in order to get to their next class. It is a large rectangular area measuring approximately 20 by 5 metres and rising three stories high. In many ways, it resembles a classical loggia.The new space consists of a raised, carpeted seating area. Large, comfortable couches, freemoving ottomans, and circular coffee tables are located in this space. The couches are of the highest commercial quality to guard against stains.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium
Subtitle of host publicationLearning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design
EditorsDavid Radcliffe, Hamilton Wilson, Derek Powell, Belinda Tibbetts
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Australia
PublisherUniversity of Queensland
Pages107-110
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-86499-943-3
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventNext Generation Learning Spaces Colloquium - University of Queensland, Brisbane , Australia
Duration: 1 Oct 20082 Oct 2008
Conference number: 2nd
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CityBrisbane
Period1/10/082/10/08
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Randall, M., & Wilson, G. (2009). Making it my street: The Bond university “street” area. In D. Radcliffe, H. Wilson, D. Powell, & B. Tibbetts (Eds.), Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium: Learning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design (pp. 107-110). Brisbane, Australia : University of Queensland .
Randall, Marcus ; Wilson, Gail. / Making it my street : The Bond university “street” area. Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium: Learning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design. editor / David Radcliffe ; Hamilton Wilson ; Derek Powell ; Belinda Tibbetts. Brisbane, Australia : University of Queensland , 2009. pp. 107-110
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Randall, M & Wilson, G 2009, Making it my street: The Bond university “street” area. in D Radcliffe, H Wilson, D Powell & B Tibbetts (eds), Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium: Learning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design. University of Queensland , Brisbane, Australia , pp. 107-110, Next Generation Learning Spaces Colloquium, Brisbane , Australia, 1/10/08.

Making it my street : The Bond university “street” area. / Randall, Marcus; Wilson, Gail.

Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium: Learning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design. ed. / David Radcliffe; Hamilton Wilson; Derek Powell; Belinda Tibbetts. Brisbane, Australia : University of Queensland , 2009. p. 107-110.

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Randall M, Wilson G. Making it my street: The Bond university “street” area. In Radcliffe D, Wilson H, Powell D, Tibbetts B, editors, Proceedings of the Next Generation Learning Spaces 2008 Colloquium: Learning spaces in higher education: Positive outcomes by design. Brisbane, Australia : University of Queensland . 2009. p. 107-110