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School's architectural layout designed to support students in and out of the classroom
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26 May 2011
The Maharishi Vastu design for a proposed new innovative school is laid out to support students in each part of their day, including classes, independent study, group practice of Transcendental Meditation, and meals.
'We all know that architecture and the atmosphere of an interior greatly influence our mind and our feelings, so for this reason, all visual elements of this design were planned to inspire students . . . and to support the learning process,' commented a leading Maharishi Vastu architect.
The floor plan is based on three zones throughout the building: east, west, and central. The eastern zone consists of a row of classrooms for teaching. The middle zone is a wide, open corridor with knowledge exhibitions and areas for students to study and work independently.
The western zone offers rooms for collective practice of Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying. Students have the opportunity to enjoy myriad personal benefits and at the same time create coherence and harmony in society.
Quality of food is a great concern for parents and educators, and the cafeteria will serve fresh organic foods and drinks.
Because of the effectiveness of separate gender education, the school is divided into two wings with separate classrooms for girls and boys to provide a more focused learning environment.
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