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Educational Ensemble Terenten in Italy by feld72

Friday, September 22nd, 2017

Article source: feld72 

Houses for children

With the design of an educational ensemble for Terenten in South Tyrol, the Viennese architectural collective feld72 set out important measures for a new concept of a thriving village structure.

Educational ensemble

The idea of ​​the educational ensemble originated from a study in 2005, which involved the local community to develop a holistic concept for the village. Based on the original building of the 1970s, where the school and the kindergarten were housed together, a concept developed over the years which allows both facilities more space and interaction whilst at the same time integrating the existing village library.The educational ensemble opens itself to the village and vice versa – it becomes part of everyday life. A prerequisite for the implementation of this progressive and modern concept was the exemplary educational autonomy of South Tyrol and the very committed teachers involved in the project.The premise was to create an engaging and activating learning environment that encourages discovery, experimentation and research.

Image Courtesy © Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: feld72
  • Project: Educational Ensemble Terenten
  • Location: Terenten, Italy
  • Photography: Hertha Hurnaus
  • Client: Municipality of Terenten
  • Collaborators: Yuliana Abisheva, Martin Bauer, Tamara Egger, Marino Fei, Carl Friedrich, Rinor Kaba, David Kovařík, Melanie Machek, Gerhard Mair, Edoardo Nobili, Ralph Reisinger
  • GFA: 2.656 m²
  • Completion: 2017


PRIMARY SCHOOL – LA COUYERE in France by Atelier 56S

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Article source: Atelier 56S

The Site

The implantation of the project was dictated by the will of an urban re-organisation of the plots defined for the library, the TAP Hall, the multipurpose hall and the new school. Each access from the public space to these plots was located in a different area, we created a footpath from east to west that distributes every new public equipment in a single area. The implantation of the school to the east of the plot alongside the new library reinforces this new public alley. The project is based on the environment in its location, the minerality of the materials, the important surrounding vegetation, and the linear urban division divided by low stone walls located in the actual school’s playground.

Image Courtesy © Atelier 56S

  • Architects: Atelier 56S
  • Location: La Couyère, France
  • Client: Municipality of la Couyère
  • Price: 405.000 € HT
  • Area: 250 m²
  • Completion: 07.2017


Reinventing rural school in Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia by Building Trust international

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Article source: Building Trust international

A new school in rural Cambodia, designed and built pro-bono by Weston Williamson + Partners alongside Building Trust international officially opened on International Children’s Day. BTi worked with WW+P, Engenuiti and Integration to design a building which was flexible and adaptable meeting current and future needs. The school design comprises of three additional classrooms, a library and a covered external classroom with a play area, which doubles as a small amphitheatre.

Image Courtesy © Lucas Veuve

  • Architects: Building Trust international
  • Project: Reinventing rural school
  • Location: Khyaung Village, Chi Bao, Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia
  • Photography: Lucas Veuve
  • Lead Architects: Building Trust international and Weston Williamson + Partner
  • Design and Engineering support: Engenuiti and Integration
  • Contractor Team: Rossothy Contractors
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 440 sq m
  • Completion Year: 2017


Bamboo Sports Hall for Panyaden International School in Thailand by Chiangmai Life Architects

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Article source: Chiangmai Life Architects

Chiangmai Life Architect’s Bamboo Sports Hall for Panyaden International School combines modern organic design, 21st century engineering and a natural material – bamboo.

The design was based on the lotus flower as Panyaden International School is in Thailand and uses Buddhist teachings to infuse values into its academic curriculum and teach the underlying mechanisms of the human mind.

Image Courtesy © Markus Roselieb and Alberto Cosi

  • Architects: Chiangmai Life Architects (Markus Roselieb, Tosapon Sittiwong)
  • Project: Bamboo Sports Hall for Panyaden International School
  • Location: Thailand 
  • Photography: Markus Roselieb, Alberto Cosi
  • Engineers: Phuong Nguyen, Esteban Morales Montoya
  • Client: Panyaden International School
  • Built Area: 782 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2017
  • Budget: USD 300,000


Vibeeng School in Sealand, Denmark by Arkitema Architects

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Article source: Arkitema Architects 

The primary goal of the vibeeng School is to integrate sustainability and learning in a low energy school (equivalent to LEED gold). The building is characterized by its red exterior and the abrupt foldings of the roof which create “house” like images in the facade and spatial variation in the interior. At the same time the varying shapes of the roof provide optimum angles for south facing solar panels and north facing windows. Both active measures that help create a low energy school. The school itself is designed from the inside out with an overriding concept that activates the whole plot and the landscape elements that surround the school.

Image Courtesy © “Niels Nygaard, Arkitema Architects”

  • Architects: Arkitema Architects
  • Project: Vibeeng School
  • Location: Haslev, Sealand, Denmark
  • Photography: “Niels Nygaard, Arkitema Architects”
  • Software used: Revit, Illustrator
  • Client: Faxe Kommune
  • Engineer: Søren Jensen Rådgivende Ingeniører, Cenergia
  • Collaborators: Paedagogical
  • Consultant: Malou Juelskjær
  • Area: 6.430 m²
  • Completed: 2013


Fairview Independent High School in Kentucky, Tennessee by Nomi Design

Sunday, August 27th, 2017

Article source: Nomi Design

Located on the outskirts of Ashland, Kentucky, Westwood is a small, yet tight knit community.  Originating in the 1920’s as a steelworker’s enclave, it has suffered its share of set-backs with the decline of that industry. Currently, 14% of the occupants of Westwood are under the poverty line, 20% of those under 18 years of age. With that said, schools really need to matter here.  In underserved communities in our commonwealth, schools can be the saving grace for many children. A focus on custom design drove everything we did as we worked to create a unique, functional, responsible, beautiful place. In the case of Westwood/Fairview, we have what we find often in Kentucky as a rural/urban center. This small community has its town core anchored heavily by this school.  By encouraging the school leaders to save the existing buildings and add something with an Architectural presence, we created a neighborhood identity through a new architecture at the same time conserving an existing landscape. By the sheer nature of the infill we could provide the school with a Main Street front door and create a walkable condition for the students.  Small communities in many places also use their schools as community centers and a place to gather and this is no different. This is now a new, vibrant public space for those with and without children. As with all schools, design on the human scale is pertinent so that the children feel engaged with the spaces they will learn in. It is our belief that for children to be inspired, they must learn in inspired spaces.

Image Courtesy © Nomi Design

  • Architects: Nomi Design
  • Project: Fairview Independent High School
  • Location: Kentucky, Tennessee, USA


International High School East of Paris in Noisy-le-Grand, France by Ateliers 2/3/4/

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Article source: v2com

A high school is like a small estate made up of work, recreation, leisure, encounter and shared places. The access as streets, squares provides perspectives that give life to the estate. The new International High School project east of Paris, planned within this urban context, is located within an exceptional site distinguished by three scales of landscape:

Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly

  • Architects: Ateliers 2/3/4/
  • Project: International High School East of Paris
  • Location: Noisy-le-Grand, France
  • Photography: Luc Boegly
  • Client: Région Ile de France/SAERP
  • Engineering Consultancy and Cost Control: Mizrahi
  • HQE Consultant: Éléments Ingénieries
  • Acoustics Consultant: Peutz et Associés
  • Built areas: 13 800m² including High School: 8 986m², Student Accommodation 3 764m², Staff Accommodation 1 052m²
  • Delivery: June 2016


Drawing School And Staff Entrance Building Of The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

Article source: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos

It is the second new building we incorporate in the garden. This small building incorporates all logistical entries of the complex: museum staff, loading area, facilities and even access to the neighbour building, the Teekenschool.

Image Courtesy © Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos

  • Architects: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos (ADP-architecten, Copijn Landschaps architecten)
  • Project: Drawing School And Staff Entrance Building Of The Rijksmuseum
  • Location: Hobbemastraat, 1. 1071 Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Software used: Revit, Autocad
  • Client:  Programmadirectie Het Nieuwe Rijksmuseum
  • Collaborators: García de la Cámara, Marije Ter Steege, Alicia López, José Luis Mayén, Clara Hernández, Ana Vila, Victoria Bernícola, Jan Kolle, V. Breña, S. Gutiérrez, Marta Pelegrín, Iko Mennenga, Joaquín Pérez-Goicoechea, Luis Gutierrez, Carlos Arévalo, Juan Carlos Mulero, Miguel Velasco
  • Digital imaging: INDG
  • Structural engineering: OVE Arup


Herningsholm Vocational School in Herning, Denmark by C.F. Møller Architects

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Article source: C.F. Møller Architects 

The new Herningsholm Vocational School asserts itself as an independent building in an existing campus cluster of educational buildings. The school is designed inside-out – with a focus on the creation of optimal learning and study environments – as well as outside-in, in relation to the surrounding context where welcoming urban spaces provide possibilities for outdoor work and teaching.

Image Courtesy © Martin Schuber

  • Architects: C.F. Møller Architects
  • Project: Herningsholm Vocational School
  • Location: Herning, Denmark
  • Photography: Martin Schuber 
  • Client: Herningsholm Vocational School
  • Landscape architect: C.F. Møller Landscape
  • Engineer: COWI
  • Size: 4700 m2
  • Year: 2014


School of Alfa Omega in Tangerang, Indonesia by RAW Architecture

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: RAW Architecture

Alpha Omega school is an educational building with spirit of locality. Located on Tangerang city, it sat on 11700 sqm area with the prior condition of swamp and paddy field. The design responded this unstable soil condition by raising structure to 2.1  m high above the ground. The site itself was chosen as part of design scheme, —corresponding to its natural surroundings, in order to give children sense of closeness to nature, thus invoking outdoor-learning experience.(The building integrates 4 modular buildings, with efficient access point in one central court yard, due to limitation of local land zoning of what can be built and what can not be built.)

Image Courtesy © Eric Dinardi

  • Architects: RAW Architecture
  • Project: School of Alfa Omega
  • Location: Salembaran Tangerang, Indonesia
  • Photography: Eric Dinardi
  • Clients: Lisa Sanusi of PKBM Alfa Omega
  • Lead Architects: Realrich Sjarief
  • Team of Clients: Lisa Sanusi, Jimmy Budiarto, Sugiharto Ongkosurya, Ferry Hendriksen, Yohana Limarno, Iskander Tjahjadi, Eunike, Rendi Riandi, Jeffery Alexander, Esther WaWang. Budiono
  • Structure Engineer: John Djuhaedi
  • MEP: Bambang Priyono, Slamet Karim
  • Design Team: Alifian Kharisma, Miftahuddin Nurdayat, Larasati Ramadhina, Septrio Effendi, Rimba Harendana, Satria Triwardhana, Tatyana Kusumo, Fakhriyyah Khairunnida’, Rifandi Septiawan Nugroho, Bambang Priyono


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