French School Uses Full Spectrum to Engage Students

Design News 07.03.12

There's no gray cinderblock in sight: a French primary school has been renovated with bold color throughout to inspire students and faculty alike. Bright geometric patterns flow through the halls to simulate creative thinking.

In other news, you're logging a ton of overtime thanks to your smartphone, and does Magic Mike have design chops? See the headlines after the jump.

Primary School Uses Secondary Colors to Inspire Students | Architizer
4 Reasons Why Magic Mike May Not Make It as a Furniture Designer | CasaSugar
Thank Your Smartphone For The Extra 365 Work Hours You Log Per Year | Fast Company

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