Danish Kurani is an architect and designer who’s been dreaming of redesigning the world since he could pronounce “architecture.” At age 13 he was designing recreation centers for children on the streets of Pakistan. As a professional and founder of the Fayetteville, Ga.–based Kurani, Danish began deploying his knowledge to build education spaces around the world, from India to Silicon Valley. He’s worked with Khan Academy and Google, and his designs have charted new futures for thousands of students globally. From humble beginnings, living in 10 homes before he turned 18, Danish has become a renowned thinker and featured TED speaker. In this talk, Danish explains why people learn best in the presence of good architecture. He unveils a fresh approach to building better spaces for learning focused on gender and racial equality, mental health, community sustainability and education.