Imagine a school with no classes or classrooms and you’ll be imagining a design challenge assigned to Danish studio Rosan Bosch.
The company was commissioned to create the interiors of the Telefonplan School in Stockholm. Free to attend, the school is run by an organization called Vittra that teaches students in groups according to level and didactic types of learning.
As a result, Rosan Bosch created bespoke furnishings to act as spatial divisions. Flexible forms allow for
‘Instead of classical divisions with chairs and tables, a giant iceberg serves as a cinema, platform and room for relaxation while setting the frame for many different types of learning,’ say Rosan Bosch representatives.
Photos courtesy Rosan Bosch.