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Campus connection centered around gathering spaces

The changes in learning environments have shaped spaces, where knowledge and actions result from interaction and dialogue across the academic body. These intervening places between one program and another create a gathering space where participants can learn, congregate, become involved, and actively experience the formation of knowledge based on a positive daily experience.

These gathering spaces express a particular relationship to other spaces; adjacent within the same building, or on a campus level, and have an impact on how users experience the building and the adjacent campus as well.

The Gathering Typology design guidelines celebrate these spaces and provide examples of how they can take place to enhance the academic experience.

With students, staff, and faculty returning to UH Mānoa, outdoor gathering spaces serve a vital function to reconnect people, strengthening community building and collaboration.

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