||||||||||Zandlaan school in Ede, the Netherlands|The folded aluminium facade sits on top of a grey brick plinth|Stairs and balconies in red and orange line the large central atrium|The 11,000sq m warehouse-like building unifies four schools under one roof|The corridors and staircases bring life to the otherwise plain white interiors|Classrooms overlook the large atrium|Stairways double as seating areas|Curved walls and soft tones create a calming atmosphere in the learning areas|Curved walls and soft tones create a calming atmosphere in the learning areas||
09 Mar 2015

A tribute to nature: Zandlaan school by LIAG Architecten

Words by Jenny Brewer

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