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Participatory design lies at the heart of Peter Hübner’s practice, and in this new school in Germany it comes into its own as students and teachers collaborated with the architects to create a space of their own
Capped by a delicately folded timber roof, this new school swimming pool reflects the rigour and resourcefulness of its client and architect
Drawing deeply on historic and typological precedents, this suburban arts campus in northern India inculcates a rich and dynamic culture of encounter and exchange
Tadao Ando uses the metaphor of ‘the gate’ to create a powerful symbol for this new art, design and architecture school but at some cost to the building’s pedagogical performance
Highly Commended in the ar+d Awards for Emerging Architecture, The M Building manages sight-line constraints with panache, creating a village within the city
By reusing bricks collected from the ruins of a previous school, the designers offer an example of true sustainability in a rapidly developing country
One of the most rigorous programmes ever devised ensured that this French school is environmentally appropriate in multiple ways. It has many lessons to teach.
The design of this Danish school is characterised by spatial flexibility and a large communual space for playing and learning. It was commissioned as a landmark for its neighbourhood