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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Vittra Telefonplan in Stockholm, Sweden by Rosan Bosch

 
February 14th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Rosan Bosch

How do you create a school without any walls? In the 30 schools of the Swedish free school organisation Vittra there are no classes or classrooms – instead, the students are taught in groups according to level based on the school’s pedagogical principles of ’the wateringhole’, ’the show-off’, ’the cave’, ’the campfire’ and ’the laboratory’ – didactic approaches that create different types of learning and teaching situations. In Vittra, they do not believe in regular classes and the school organisation’s vision is to create an everyday for the individual students where individual development, a living cultural work and challenging learning environments are most important.

The Lunch Club_ is both a place for working and eating (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

  • Architect: Rosan Bosch
  • Project Title: Vittra Telefonplan
  • Location: Hägersten, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Clients: Vittra A/B
  • Photographer: Kim Wendt
  • Software used: Autocad and Adobe Suite

Window Pods with room for individual work (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

  • Copyright on all images and drawings: Rosan Bosch
  • Year: 2011
  • Project: Interior design for the whole school
  • Scope: 1900 m2
  • Materials: Wood, construcion plywood, padding, selected furniture and interior, linoleum,lighting, carpet, plater walls and acoustic plates.

In The Village the small houses create room for working in smaller groups (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

In connection with the establishment of a new Vittra school in Stockholm, Telefonplan, Rosan Bosch Ltd. has created the school’s interior with spatial divisions and significant custom design. The interior takes it point of departure in Vittra’s pedagogical principles and serves as a pedagogical tool for development in the everyday of the school. Instead of classical divisions with chairs and tables, a giant iceberg for example serves as cinema, platform and room for relaxation, and sets the frame for many different types of learning. Moreover, flexible laboratories make it possible to work hands-on with themes and projects.

In the Conversation Furniture you can work both together and alone (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The design and interior is accustomed to Vittra’s active work with digital media and a generally digitalised didactic where the children’s laptops are their most important tool in the everyday – whether they are sitting, lying or standing up when working. At Telefonplan, challenging custom design, pedagogical zones and room for the individual student have created a space for differentiated learning in a school where the physical space is the school’s most important tool in their everyday and pedagogical development.

The results of the project have after the project’s implementation been formulated into a design manual, and will in that sense set precedence for the interior design of Vittra’s other schools in Sweden.

In the Dance Hall you can dance, yell and express yourself physically (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

Inside the Cave there is a cinema (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The Chalk House can be used both inside and outside (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The children's labtops are their most important work tool at the Vittra School (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The interior of The Mountain is a called The Cave (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The multimedia house Chalk House and reading niche for individual contemplation (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The organic Sitting Islands are designed specially for the children's work with labtops (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

The top of The Mountain is a platform and look-out post (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

Vittra Telefonplan interior Section Drawing (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch and Photo Kim Wendt)

Vittra Telefonplan visualisation (Images Courtesy Design RosanBosch)

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