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Vinh, Vietnam – EcoKid Kindergarten’s organic shapes and materials reflect its intention to be a holistic learning space that encourages interaction with nature.
Psáry, Czech Republic – Not only did Prague-based SOA Architekti design Elementary School Amos to feel like a home, but they placed the canteen at its core.
Paris – ‘Most law faculties tend to be quite conservative and tame, and focus on their eye-catching libraries. This project avoids such conventionalities.’
Tel Aviv – The First Inclusive School by Sarit Shani Hay is a prototypical public institution that builds on itself as its students age.
Kani, Japan – At the Faculty of Pharmacy in the Gifu University of Medical Science, Yoshihiro Kato Atelier created a series of vibrant plywood booths for students.
Hong Kong – Designed by Atelier Nuno Architects, the Learning Commons at HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine capitalizes the benefits of physical classrooms.
Tel Aviv – Kimmel Eshkolot Architects developed a ‘pixellated’ façade and a virtual cloudlike circulation system for the Check Point Building of Computer Sciences.
Tromsø, Norway – HLM Architecture tapped Artigo rubber flooring as a way to make each space as adaptable, creative and invigorating as the school, itself.
Shanghai – Elto Consultancy aimed to build a ‘second home’ for kindergarteners at Avenue Green Sheshan. The first step? Try to think like them.
Syracuse – Curated by Formafantasma and Moncada Rangel, MADE Labs is only three years old, but might be one of the most noteworthy design summer schools in the world.
Moscow – Upon the completion of its renovation, the Russian capital’s School 57 triggered other institutions to think about how to give their students better learning environments.
Amsterdam – Heren 5 Architecten revives a building’s intended light and space for students and teachers at De Scholekster Montessori school.
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