Are you speaking of the school's administration and the students' learning aptitude or just the interior physical characteristics of the building?mendelman said:The buidling's architectural aesthetics are probably just supericial, the important element is whether the interior functions well.
Well, the aesthetics may be important to those that know what they are looking at/for.BKM said:I'm not sure I totally agree with you, Mendleman, on one point. Aesthetics are NOT unimportant. If you send kids to a "functional" concrete prison, I would have to believe that it does negatively impact their school experience.
Yes, unadorned concrete is nasty (in most instances)Or, to get "artsy" on you-might not ugly public buildings contribute to the impoverishment of our common culture?