Comfort and Individuality
The building consists of six curved walls that stagger in relation to each other. This staggered design creates a building with a human scale and a soft façade. In terms of sensory sensitivity, providing a sense of security in the classrooms and outdoor spaces is a fundamental principle. The curved walls emphasize the individuality of the five classrooms. Each classroom has a clear entrance to the central area and its own playground directly adjacent to the classroom. On the other side of the central area, there are several therapy rooms for healthcare professionals and a staff room with a kitchen. The central square at the front is designed as a beautiful play area in a green environment, featuring various play areas and equipment. The wooden canopy at the main entrance serves as a covered playground. Consistent with the other schools on the campus, a light-colored brick exterior has been chosen. A timber frame construction forms the structural support for the walls, and the exposed wooden beams of the roof structure will add a warm ambiance to the interior.
The school building is designed with future use in mind. It can easily be expanded with one or more classrooms. Additionally, by utilizing two entrances, the building can be easily divided by installing an interior partition wall at one of the curved walls.