Archive for the ‘Elementary School’ Category
Sunday, September 17th, 2017
Article source: Shoshani Architects
The King Solomon School is a Jewish, bilingual and International school in the center of Israel. It promotes holistic education.
The design concept is based on the wish to translate the pedagogical – philosophical idea of the holistic education to an exciting learning experience.
The Star of David symbol was the formal inspiration for the design. The inner shape- created from the intersection of the two triangles- is a hexagon, a shape with universal values.
The library space is attractive to children that would constantly refresh and continue to captivate their interest in books, in reading and in learning, Image Courtesy © Tal Nisim
- Interior Design: Sarit Shani Hay
- Architects: Shoshani Architects
- Project: King solomon elementary school
- Location: Israel
- Photography: Tal Nisim
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad
- Commissioned by: King Solomon Hakfar Hayarok
- Area: 2800 sq.m
- Date: September 2014 (first building), May 2016 (second building)
Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
Article source: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects
New pedagogical concepts ask for new architectural forms. To transform the elementary school in Edlach into a contemporary cluster school, the new building arranges the master classes and group rooms as small units and offers a wide range of spatial configurations. The circulation space is reduced to a minimum.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Klomfar
- Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects
- Project: Elementary School
- Location: A-6850 Dornbirn, Edlach
- Photography: Bruno Klomfa
- Client: City of Dornbirn
- Project management: Peter Nußbaumer, Anna Norrgard
- Ecology: lowest energy standard, 17kWh/m2/year
- Capacity: 300 students / 12 classes
Thursday, July 20th, 2017
Article source: Öney Architecture
Already providing service in the garden of Tevfik Fikret Primary School located in Bebek neighborhood of Besiktas district in Istanbul, the nursery unit, which fails to satisfy the needs is projected to be replaced with a nursery that can operate independent from the primary school. An area located next to the entrance gate of the school has been allocated for this function, which is restricted with the retaining wall formed by the elevation difference of the neighboring parcel on the west side and the school land on the north side. A double layered facade has been planned in order to meet the illumination need for education and whereas to reduce the heat effect in the summer months. The area remaining between these layers have been planned as a garden where students can grow plants. The entrance of the building, which is planned as two-stored, is projected at the 1/3 axis of its long side. The entrance area has been considered as cloakroom and reception. A semi-closed play ground has been created at the roadside of the building. The second floor of the structure includes two classrooms and wet areas. The classrooms have been projected on the upper floor in order to avoid the noise from the road as well as the school garden. The top of the circulation area has been projected to be transparent in order to make use of the structure in depth especially in the education season when day light is relatively less.
Image Courtesy © Öney Architecture
- Architects: Öney Architecture
- Project: Tevfik Fikret Elementary School
- Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
Article source: Daniel Valle Architects
The project focuses on three main strategies to address the school’s requirements:
1. Maximize space. The space was not properly used since the corridor that connects the main door with the other floors was only used sporadically.
2. Equal size. The two classrooms were very different in form and size due to the plan’s layout. The target was to propose a new configuration that gives equal spaces for both.
3. Sharing activities. The new school’s philosophy has to do with sharing spaces to study and providing diverse number of possibilities to educators to perform new pedagogical practices. The two rooms in the existing condition were duplicating spaces for playing, studying, meeting, sharing, etc.
Image Courtesy © Lee Namsun
- Architects: Daniel Valle Architects
- Project: DSSI Elementary School Renovation
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Photography: Lee Namsun
- Credits: Daniel Valle, Jiwon Hur, Sunmin Lee, Irene R Vara, Iago Blanco
- Size: 150 m2
- Year: 2016
Friday, August 26th, 2016
Article source: Peripheriques Architectes
Being implanted up to the plot boudaries and limited on a first floor level, we were able to clear and transform the central part into a large, airy and protected yard. The constructions on stilts form wide covered playgrounds forming real exterior volumes. The student residence is taking place above, expressed in a high leveled volume as to create a distinct identity.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Peripheriques Architectes (Anne-Françoise Jumeau + Emmanuelle Marin + David Trottin)
- Project: Elementary School And Student Residence
- Location: 93 Zac Porte de Paris, Saint-Denis, France
- Photography: Luc Boegly
- Client: Ville De Saint-Denis / Espacil Habitat
- Area: 4367m² shon (net floor area) elementary school/ 1046m² shon (net floor area) student residence
- Cost: 8,78 M€ not including VAT elementary school, 1,24 M€ not including VAT student residence, Total 10M€ not including area ( value of july 2010)
- Competition: July 2010
- Hand over: May 2014
Saturday, December 12th, 2015
Article source: Derrington Building Studio
In 2013, the Khabele School purchased a 4-acre property with an existing daycare facility to expand their rapidly growing elementary program. In the school’s initial meeting with Derrington Building Studio principal, Tim Derrington, their directive was simple—design the campus as “a village in the forest.” The school’s limited budget and tight schedule, along with the site’s sensitive environmental restrictions, posed unique challenges.
Each teacher arranged their classroom in different ways, and broke each classroom into subzones that could not have been predicted, Image Courtesy © Peter Molick Photography
- Architects: Derrington Building Studio
- Project: Khabele Elementary Expansion
- Location: Austin, Texas, US
- Photography: Peter Molick Photography
- Software used: Vectorworks, SketchUp
- General Contractor
: American Constructors
- Civil Engineer
: Thompson Land Engineering
- Total SF
- MEP Engineer
: EEA Consulting Engineers
- Year: 2015
Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
Article source: Rueda Pizarro Arquitectos
Inspired in the duality between the world of adults and the world of children described in the work of Lewis Carroll, the project proposes transferring Alice ‘s universe to the primary school; a world full of sensations, experiences, games, scales and colors where both coexist.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán
- Architects: Rueda Pizarro Arquitectos
- Project: Pablo Neruda Elementary School
- Location: Alcorcón (Madrid), Spain
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán
- Architects: Rueda Pizarro Arquitectos SLP.María José Pizarro, Óscar Rueda.Antonio Cantero, Miguel Chillerón, Alberto Galindo, Laura Montero, Pedro G. Merino.
- Area: 1.503,35 sqm.
- Client: Alcorcón City Council
Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
Article source: R2K Architectes
The building is located in Limeil-Brevannes, near Paris. It Consists of three preschools and elementary schools of two. As the method of commissioning was used so called “design-build” system, Where the competition offers teams Both the building and all planes are fixed price. Beside schools, an apartment building of social housing flats of 46 was included to the competition program. Time for the competition was one month. The decision for the winner was made in April 2011 and the inauguration of the building was Held 18 months later. The building of the apartment building next starts in April.
Image Courtesy © Jussi Tiainen
- Architects: R2K Architectes
- Project: Groupe Scolaire Pasteur
- Location: Limeil-Brevannes, France
- Photography: Jussi Tiainen
- Software used: ArchiCAD
Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
Article source: Marshall Moya Design
The design of Mann Elementary School was conceptualized with a vision to unite indoor and outdoor learning spaces, and to centralize the collaboration of students. The heart of the school is layered with “green” spaces that foster sustainable urban gardening and promote nature-filled learning. The indoor and outdoor structures are intertwined with lush green spaces and botanical gardens that allow students to learn not only in their classrooms, but also outside, fostering curiosity, learning, and discovery.
Image Courtesy Marshall Moya Design