The formation of an internal courtyard, the building itself and the yard create a dynamic relationship that determines the identity of this High school.
The site’s inclination encouraged the development of three levels: the courtyard level, the track level and the basket /volley / stands level. These levels aim to extend the internal courtyard activities and define the boundaries of the school area. As a result, the harmonious placement of the whole architectural composition in the character of the area so that it is a single seamless aesthetic and functional whole is achieved.
The form and architecture of the building is shaped through the creation of a shadow system that surrounds and protects the building. This ‘second skin’ leaves openings for natural light and ventilation while creating sheltered outdoor gathering spaces.
The formation of a wall in front of the building is designed to accept art contributions from the students, for example graffiti, as well as to carry signage that leads to the main entrance of the school. The wall is to become an icon helping and strengthening the relationship between the students and the school.