عنوان مقاله [English]
Flexibility is recognized as a result of architectural globalization. Flexibility, as a result of globalization in architecture, is not necessarily a change due to different needs and desires, in parental architecture due to the variety of applications The importance of these flexible spaces has more acceptance capabilities than public audiences, this research is in an analytic-applied way, assuming that flexibility can promote educational approaches, and, on the contrary, tries to link the relationship between architecture And learning flexible approach and with library studies The book and article sources believe that the flexibility of a common circle between architecture and educational approaches, which architecture can provide with the help of the flexibility of the educational approaches needed in the new world. In this regard, the system of free planning, compact learning space, furniture space, versatility through space moves, public space, operational compression that can make this upgrade.
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