EDspaces 2020 Call for Classroom Designs

SILVER SPRING, MD – The Education Market Association (EDmarket) calls upon leaders in the design community to submit proposals for classroom designs for education sessions taking place at EDspaces, November 11-13, 2020 in Charlotte, NC. Submissions can be specialized spaces with a unique theme or focus, provided they seat 100 adult learners comfortably.

“With the focus on product and spaces innovation taking place at EDspaces, it’s only natural that we model cutting-edge classroom design for our highly rated education program,” says Jim McGarry, EDmarket president/CEO of EDmarket.

The EDspaces Classroom design competition is highly competitive. Design teams empowered to deliver innovative educational environments are invited to submit a proposal for one of six designed classrooms at EDspaces. The deadline is April 30, 2020.

“It’s incredibly worthwhile and a rare opportunity in a conference setting for mock-ups within a prototype classroom to be tested and run through the range of presentation styles,” says Kristen Ambrose, AIA, LEED AP BD + C, RATIO, principal/director of Research and Development, a member of one of the winning teams in 2019. “We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback and it has been a fantastic marketing and business development venture.”

About EDspaces
EDspaces is the premiere event to explore how the convergence of pedagogy, space and technology affects facility design, use and, ultimately, student outcomes. The global education community of key professionals who plan, design and manage innovative learning environments gather annually to solve challenges and inspire educational facilities.

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