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Carlana Mezzalira Pentimalli designs music school with patterned concrete walls

September 13, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
The concrete exterior of the Music School of Bressanone by Carlana Mezzalira Pentimalli

Architecture office Carlana Mezzalira Pentimalli has completed a music school in Bressanone, Italy, comprising monolithic concrete volumes decorated with a subtle hand-hammered pattern. Trevino-based Carlana Mezzalira Pentimalli designed the Music School of Bressanone, which was founded in 1961 and is one of the South Tyrol region’s most important cultural institutions. The music school is located

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The Aerospace City School of RDFZ / BIAD

September 7, 2021 Collin Chen 0

The Aerospace City School of RDFZ is located in the northwest of Beijing, on a boundary between the city and nature between city and nature. The surrounding environment and the forces of educational change give the tone of dialogue, freedom to the campus together. Meanwhile, the campus faces practical issues of scale and land, current situation and future, culture and technology, campus and community. We hope that the campus can not only convey its own existence in an independent value system, but also establish an integrated context to meet these challenges.

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Footbridge of Chang’an Experimental Primary School / Zhutao Architecture Design Studio

September 6, 2021 Collin Chen 0

The footbridge is located north of Chang’an Town, near the entrance of the Chang’an Experimental Primary School at the foot of Mt. Lianhua. An expressway, Lianhu Rd., runs west-east in front of the school’s entrance plaza. The bridge was intended to offer students and other residents from the south easy access to the northern campus by bypassing the traffic of Lianhu Rd.

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Two Rivers Public Charter School / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

September 5, 2021 Alexandria Bramley 0

Two Rivers Public Charter School is a network of high-performing public charter schools in Washington DC. The new middle school at Young campus, designed by Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, is a state-of-the-art facility featuring large classrooms, dedicated common space, a full-sized gymnasium, outdoor courts, sun-filled atrium and the signature ‘sitting steps’ in the foyer. This school serves 6th through 8th graders and is connected to the existing elementary school via an elevated bridge. Special instruction rooms include art, drama, music, Spanish, science lab, and breakout instructional spaces.

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Kingswood School Prep School, Pre-Prep and Nursery / Stonewood Design

September 2, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

A New Prep School Building re-accommodates facilities which include classrooms for Years 5 and 6, Music, Art, “STEAM” facilities, and a School Hall. The School also wished to address the demand for Pre-Prep and Nursery by constructing a new building, alongside new reception classes which will smooth the process of starting Preparatory School.

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Groupe Scolaire Parc du Bempt / zigzag architecture

August 29, 2021 Alexandria Bramley 0

The Bempt municipal park in Forest is linked to the large green promenade around Brussels. In the summertime, it is a family place to play ball, picnic and take a nap in the open air. Behind this ancient humid plain, from the sports fields, you can see the school through the foliage, which is reflected in the ponds.

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Valley Springs High School / modus studio

August 26, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Valley Springs High School is a beacon, sitting proudly on a prominent corner of campus, representing the community’s historic commitment to education. The translucent glow on the exterior of the library is stationed by the contrasting computer lap mass above and these two volumes craft a new identity for the district as the mass volume of highway traffic now has a scholastic landmark. The glowing library serves as a reminder of the former greenhouse that was once a visual marker on this site for thousands of sunsets.

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Xinsha Primary School / 11ARCHITECTURE

August 24, 2021 Collin Chen 0

Project background. Xinsha Primary School is a part of the “8+1 Futian New Campus Action Plan” initiated by the Shenzhen Municipal Planning Bureau, trying to explore a new type of Primary school campus under the high-density requirement. The campus occupies an area of ​​11,000 square meters. A new school building with a total construction area of ​​about 37,000 square meters was designed on the demolished old school site, accommodating 36 classes and 5 reserved classrooms.