A new type of school for teenagers: How does a school look, if it is designed from a teenagers’ perspective, rests on the shoulders of research on brains and learning and with all the experience of the comprehensive school development in Denmark?
Autens is an unusual consultancy specializing in re-imagining education and schools for the Future. 21st Century Learning Practices, Vision-driven School Development and a new generation of inspiring Learning Spaces & School Architecture are combined in bold transformation projects small and large scale. We empower the spirit of student voice, imagination, co-creation, fun and passionate dedication to people and learning. Based in Denmark, we play with the whole world, and passionately connect educators and schools from across the globe to learn from each other and transform education together.
We inspire and develop visionary futures, education models, learning space designs, and school architecture suited to multiple ways of learning, playing and working in a global world. We facilitate innovation, workshops, training, seminars, co-creation and speak at international conferences. We provide passion, inspiration and leadership for innovative projects aiming at better learning futures for students of all ages.
June 21, 2010
The interior design solutions at Ordrup School is exceptionally interesting. There has been great emphasis on creating educational value in every squaremeter – with a light color scheme that shows that schools can be anything but linoleum and similar tables with steel frames and laminate tabletops.
My role: – Project manager for interior design project in relation to school reconstruction. – Develop interior design projects in collaboration with teachers: the home
Spring 2009 Svend E. Pedersen recommended Autens to Nordre School, who were in the planning process of the annual meeting with the board of governors
June 2009 A two-day seminar in the countryside with a bunch of crazy, wonderful people who leads Station Next in Filmbyen in Avedøre. The purpose was
September 2009 Following a keynote at the Learning from Denmark conference in London, Lene Jensby Lange and colleague from Grontmij John Christensen were asked by
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