The Vibeeng School by Arkitema Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 18 Jun 2014 5:10 pm | Education

The Vibeeng School in Haslev, Denmark was designed by the Arkitema Architects practice with a playful red exterior and several external education zones to reduce the energy requirements for the project.

The primary school is class 1 and it integrates various sustainability elements to increase the overall efficiency while also stimulating the children to learn in a challenging environment. The roof hosts skylights toward the north to improve the natural light inside and there are also several solar panels to reduce the energy need.

The main space is the ‘heart’ room which is central and it has a dynamical shape with a multipurpose stair to connect with the rest of the school. The learning center is accessed through stairs and platforms that offer a view toward the large hall and it also links with the teachers’ area and the administration areas which ensure the conditions for the school’s efficiency.

 

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