by Susan Painter, Janice Fournier, Caryn Grape, Phyllis Grummon, Jill Morelli, Susan Whitmer, and Joseph Cevetello
This report was produced by the research team awarded the inaugural M. Perry Chapman Prize in 2012.
Although several hundred articles and a number of books on these topics had been written by the fall of 2012, the field is still at an early stage of development. A first step in creating value from this existing body of work is to gather, summarize and evaluate how far the field has come in identifying the elements that will allow us to thoughtfully design learning spaces and evaluate their impact.
This was the purpose of the project being reported in this paper: a literature review undertaken by a small group of researchers and campus architects/planners who had applied for and been awarded a grant from the Hideo Sasaki Foundation in honor of Perry Chapman and administered through the Society for College and University Planning.
The research team for the proposal was led by Susan Painter, director of the research studio at AC Martin in Los Angeles, California. The team also included: Janice Fournier, University of Washington; Caryn Grape, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners; Phyllis Grummon, Society for College and University Planning; Jill Morelli, University of Washington School of Medicine; Susan Whitmer, Herman Miller; Joseph Cevetello, University of Southern California.
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