In the coming years, more than one hundred billion euros will be spent on school and educational buildings in Europe. In the German-speaking countries alone, investments of more than 67 billion euros are currently expected by 2030. Although more and more specialists are realizing the important role that space plays in education, this topic does not appear in architecture studies in an appropriate, structured way. Likewise, not in the advanced training courses of the chambers of architects and / or the public service.
Sustainable educational buildings of the 21st century need real and digital learning spaces that are flexible in a robust and simple way and in which pedagogy helps to shape the architecture. Not only the responsible developers lack the know-how for such a cooperation. Also, there is currently no sustainable, university transdisciplinary or application-oriented school building training in the fields of architecture, pedagogy and administrative sciences.