Located in Denmark, SFO is a progressive school referred to as a ‘School-Leisure-Scheme’. With play at the heart, connection between interior spaces and the exterior playground are of paramount importance. Thoughout the interior, adjoinng rooms include niches and alcoves suited to the scale of children. The outer form is playful and dynamic, clad with composite facade panels by STENI.
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The new SFO is located in between the schoolyard and playground, in order to emphasize the building's function as "School-Leisure-Scheme". The arrival happens to the southwest via the new wardrobe that is located under the canopy at a previously covered courtyard area. The wardrobe is a long narrow room with a few high-altitude windows - You do not have the opportunity to look out to the surroundings in this room. Connecting to the wardrobe, the small passageway to the SFO has windows from the floor right up to the ceiling, - here is the view to the surroundings. The low-rise transition enhances the experience of the central space of the SFO. - This is a large room with a view to the schoolyard and playground. The adjoining rooms are all performed as alcoves and niches. The building meets the requirement for low energy BR10. The facades are coated with composite material in 3 shades and shine.