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Classroom Design for Student Involvement at blue School

Research From Steelcase Education shows that the classroom design for active learning has a significant effect on the involvement of students.

Improving educational outcomes is almost a universal goal. But how to achieve it remains a reason for ongoing research and debate.

In recent years, important research found that physical environments such as design interior can give a big impact. For instance student attention, retention, motivation, and academic success.

Lower Manhattan
Lower Manhattan
warm palate
warm palate
strong saturated color accents
strong saturated color accents
Lower Manhattan
Lower Manhattan

Educational Interior Project

The project gives a significant change of a dark and space into a center of socialization and exchange of knowledge full of light.

The design of the Rockwell group successfully creates a new and exciting destination for informal learning. A space for informal events and better connectivity on school. The architects imitating the concept of ‘cloud’ technology. And its ability for students to exchange knowledge in independent learning environments.

Natural Material

informal seating options
informal seating options
study hall
study hall
colorful Interior
colorful Interior
natural light
natural light
warm palate
warm palate

A stunning and neutral material palette complements the hustle and bustle of the people who occupy the space. The characteristics of the wood sheets create a cascading aesthetic while moderating the views and the privacy of the students. Meanwhile, the mezzanine complements a variety of informal learning environments.

In response, the Student calls this new design as a “living laboratory” to showcase innovative engineering strategies.

Environmental Design

The focus on a passive design increases the environmental benefits of the site and creates a vibrant social zone in the heart of this school. This Design can host lots of people. The building design can maximize the sunny areas of the outdoor patio for gathering, supporting indoor-outdoor connectivity.

You can feel in the air superior wooden frames and the warmth of the roof. The social spaces of the ground floor are the “raw” spaces. A fluid gathering area for parties, competitions, and events of relaxation and play. The second floor becomes the offices of the school, study area, and a roof terrace. These spaces are the best spaces, a more series of spaces for meetings, interviews, and studies.

Airy Class

Natural ventilation can achieve the effect of stacking, taking advantage of the constant wind in the yard. The heating systems can minimize energy consumption.

The set rewards the curious with the opportunity to unpack the structural “magic” that floats the upper floor and elevates the ceiling.

Via Rockwellgroup

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