Modern schools follow the space of the past regardless of technological and economic development.
Spending our student days in a standardized closed space, which is the most important stage of character formation, is not in keeping with modern and advanced civilizations.
Our schools, which have the same spatial composition as prisons, should now be changed.
Schools should be spaces for students’ lives, not just for classes, but also places where they can cooperate with villages.
Through these changed schools, our urban space will be improved, and schools will be able to act as a true social infrastructure.