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Spaces for Learning, the Neuhaus history lab, explores 150 years of experimentation and innovation in the design of educational environments using a broad selection of drawings and models from the National Collection for Dutch Architecture and Urban Planning. See the image gallery below for some of the designs on show in the exhibition, plus others that just missed being selected.

Spaces for Learning includes examples of schools and universities, but also other environments where knowledge is communicated, such as museums and libraries. The exhibits are divided according to five themes based on different spaces for learning – the classroom, the central hall, the playground, the showroom and the model room – making visible how innovative ideas about learning have gone hand in hand with new ideas about space, and vice versa.