Fremtidens auditorium

Daniel Bjørkholm, Helena Lundsgaard, Joey Maagaard, Johan Hybholt, Lasse Samsøe Borch & Simone Schjerlund

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This study investigates, how different factors affect learning spaces. The main problem in this report is to discover, how to create basis for variated and dynamic learning in the lecture hall. Our research method is based on Alan Hevners design model. The paper is developed on this method, where the design process, in interaction with the theory and empirical knowledge, create the foundation of the project. Furthermore we used a qualitative user survey, to obtain the users opinion and ideas, and created a matrix to structure the theory of learning spaces and its elements. These three methods and models are used to reach the result of this study This investigation concludes that all the elements in the physical room are important to maintain a varied education. The elements are interdependent and generates in conjunction the future of the lecture hall. The interesting thing is how students act and think during the lecture and how they use the potential of the room. The product is based on our guidelines which is created of our theory, surveys and observations. The guidelines function as product criteria for the products development. The product is generated as a possible future lecture hall.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato19 dec. 2014
VejledereMartin Severin Frandsen


  • Learning
  • Space
  • auditorium
  • læringsrum
  • Design Research
  • Guidelines