||||||Vibeengskolen, Demark’s first zero-energy school|The school’s setting affords in 42,000sq m of outdoor space|A wooden decking surrounds the bright red building, echoing the materials used inside|The staircases are picked out in bold primary colours|The star shaped building contains the main communal area in its centre||
26 Jun 2014

Arkitema’s zero-energy school in Denmark

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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