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Take a virtual tour of a Vancouver school undergoing renovations to install garage doors for an open-concept style

Rosemary Love, principal of the Lord Kitchener school in Vancouver take a tour of the new school gym July 19, 2012.

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Students at Vancouver’s Lord Kitchener Elementary will sit in five clusters of classrooms. Mechanical garage doors will line one wall of each classroom, opening on to a shared common area. The design is meant to minimize hallways and create opportunities for collaboration between students and teachers.

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Rosemary Love, principal, and Sean Marlyn, vice-principal of the Lord Kitchener school in Vancouver take a tour of the new school gym July 19, 2012.

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The Lord Kitchener school in Vancouver during a tour of the new school July 19, 2012.

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The Lord Kitchener school in Vancouver.

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