On Monday, September 26th, the Center for Architecture hosted a panel exploring the integration and adaptation of digital technologies in today’s schools. The panel’s focus covered themes from the growing “generational divide”, with regard to technology, to the implementation of digital tools “that are both ubiquitous and invisible,” and how designers can create environments that incorporate these themes.
Dattner Architect’s Principal Daniel Heuberger was one of two moderators engaging a panel of students, professors, and administrators from varying technology-centered institutions. Daniel’s extensive experience designing educational facilities for k-12 projects and higher education institutions, allowed him to facilitate a dynamic discussion about the benefits of future collaboration among designers, educators, and students in the rapidly evolving field of technology and education.
Most recently, Daniel led the public/private backed team to design Brooklyn College’s, Barry Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema; a facility dedicated to sophisticated digital film production that employs both innovative technology and programming within the Steiner Studios’s working lot.