Planning for Higher Education Journal

Campus Architecture That Shapes Behavior

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From Volume 23 Number 3 | Spring 1995
By James E. Burlage, Wendell Brase
Planning Types: Campus Planning

How colleges can design buildings to foster collegiality and productivity. Subtitles: The four promoters of talk; Moving people on campus. Pull quotes: "Planners should demand that architecture pay attention to the enhancement of exchanges and visits." "Magnets are important to draw faculty out of their offices." "Atriums have become popular linking floor levels." "Campus architecture should be grounded in the research on behavior."

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