UNStudio was invited to restore and connect the 18 Septemberplein C&A. A 9,000 sqm, four storey significant piece of protected post-warhistorical Architecture in Eindhoven, Holland.
Designed by UArchitects, School ‘t Hofke Building in Eindhoven, is a special primary school because there are 5 different groups of users who work together in one building.
Didsbury High School, Manchester building designed by Pozzoni Architecture shows how modern design can have a positive impact on pupils’ learning and social experiences. The £20m facility was built by BAM.
Designed by C.F. Møller Architects the Heart, Ikast International School, wins a Civic Trust Award. This Danish building covers 3,660 sqm in total, and features, among other spaces a central square with a performance stage.
When renovating the Saint Stephen of Hungary School, HMA2 Architects added the Roof-Top School’s mobile planters so that they can be pushed to the side, allowing for large social gatherings and performance events.
Imbibing the organic character of Indian villages & old cities, designed by Sanjay Puri Architects the Rajasthan School is a low rise 3 level school with open, enclosed and semi-enclosed spaces of various volumes.
StudioHuB architects’ Don Ross Innovation Labs and Gender Neutral Washrooms project was a fast track project, with only four months from design to completion.
Tel Aviv-based designer, Sarit Shani Hay’s flagship project, the First Inclusive School in Tel Aviv puts a fresh face on what education should look like for school-aged children of today’s generation.
Designed by Verstas Architects, Syvälahti Education Centre is a multipurpose building combining a comprehensive school, a day-care centre, a public library, a youth centre and a childcare guidance centre.
UArchitects and Lens Ass Architecten’s approach to visualizing education, the School De Brug fosters an ambivalence. First of all there is the way of education and the arrangement of the school around its pupils.
Poan Education building in Yunxiao, Zhangzhou, by Panda Office, in a county-level city of southern Fujian in China. With the development of the society, the younger generation often seeks employment opportunities outside the city.
Two schools in two neighbouring locations in Maastricht have merging into a new school. Designed by UArchitects/Misak Terzibasiyan the Lucky Bird School, on a new location in that city.
Fairfield Primary School was designed as a collaboration between NBRS ARCHITECTURE and Fleetwood Australia, the building provides a resource hub, library space, maker spaces, amenities and general learning areas.
FBW Group, which is helping deliver large-scale development projects across the region, has also welcomed UK International Development Secretary Alok Sharma’s pledge of new aid to help build green cities across Africa with quality infrastructure.