Architecture and virtual spaces
A number of scholars have based their research on the interaction between virtual space and learning on the assumption that architecture is a social object. In this view, architectural design, as a phenomenon that structures the pattern of co–presence between people and creates potential for social interaction, has a direct impact on learning (Schnädelbach, et al., 2003, 2007; Minocha and Reeves, 2010; De Lucia, et al., 2008; Bouras, et al., 2005).
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||Schnädelbach, et al., 2007; Schnädelbach, et al., 2003; Minocha and Reeves, 2010; De Lucia, et al., 2008; Bouras, et al., 2005; Praslova–Førland, 2004; Praslova–Førland, et al., 2006; Bronack, et al., 2008; Semken and Freeman, 2008; Harrison and Dourish, 1996; Clark and Maher, 2001; Stevenson, 2008; Riva, et al., 2007; Franz, et al., 2005|
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