Gallery: Thomas Heatherwick Designs a Futuristic Learning Hub for Nanya...

Apart from its futuristic form, the Hub brings together 55 tutorial rooms into a structure without conventional corridors, which have traditionally created social separation and isolation. It does not have a traditional main entrance; students can enter from
 
Apart from its futuristic form, the Hub brings together 55 tutorial rooms into a structure without conventional corridors, which have traditionally created social separation and isolation. It does not have a traditional main entrance; students can enter from any side all around the building into a large central space which links all the separate towers together. Each tower is made up of a stack of classrooms which build up gradually, with gardens on selected floors.

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