How can we create such a new university campus? The buildings should have an architecture that allows for the new mindset. The curriculum must be planned in a way that welcomes topics that explore and demonstrate the mutual implication of objects and subjects; for example: electromagnetics, biophotonics, health through nutrition, water, new energies, sustainability, semiotics, ontology, politics of the human, etc. The idea is to have interconnected buildings of various dimensions meeting various types of goals.
Buildings of Type A, the largest ones, would include large thematic gathering places for courses and conferences, or a large library. A theme would conceptualize one meaningful holistic orientation of research and achievement; for example Biophotonics, or Ontology, or Water, or Semiotics.
Buildings of Type B, the medium size ones, would include smaller classrooms, research laboratories, office and workplaces, shops, businesses such as travel agencies, etc. Type B buildings would satellite around one Type A building. They would be thematically related to the Building of Type A, for example, Biophotonic Research Institute, Eastern Metaphysics Workshop, Climate Intervention Lab, Center for Applied Semiotics.
Buildings of Type C, the smallest ones, would be for student rooms, small workshop classes, international guests, faculty members, but also for work production places which would locations of apprenticeship in the professions, and smaller shops such as a grocery store. They would be satellites of one Building of Type B. As far as possible, students and faculty as well as offices and businesses would be connected to the broader theme of this environment, characterized by Buildings of Type B and Type A.
The connections between buildings could be either in the form of corridors across building, which could be oriented in a way allowing their roofs to have solar panels, or gazebos on pathways, whose covert structure would as well have large surfaces for solar panel exposure.