Shaping the architecture of Waldorf Schools (Part 2)

Article for the Člověk a výchova (People and Education) magazine 1/2015, author: Oldřich Hozman

In the issue before last of the Člověk a výchova (People and Education) magazine, at the beginning of the first article I emphasized the importance of the impact of lively, plastically, and artistically shaped structures for education and training. In the first part of this subsequent article, I would like to describe the basic characteristics of the living plastic creation of architecture, in more details – with the features of such aesthetic formation, based on the spiritual view on the developing human. In the second part of the text we will look at how the construction of school buildings can contribute to teachings of the perception and experiencing of the truth, beauty and goodness.