The campus is divided into two functional areas – the public activity area and the study area. In the study area, Primary school section, Middle-school section and public classrooms are clearly located in different floors for the convenience of management. The public activity area connects different parts into one. Via such designs, resources sharing can be best achieved.
Outdoor public activity area is set to enhance communications among students. To respect individual differences, designs vary for different age groups and unique colors for each part enrich the sense of space and visual belongings.
The library at the center, as the core of the school, serves as a good environment to equip students with knowledge and skills to adapt to the changing world.
By introducing gardens and farmlands, we extend the indoor learning to outdoor activities so as to cultivate the green living attitude.
Gardens--- the natural design of new garden enables free explorations and maximizes the natural space on the campus and extends indoor communication.
Farmlands--- crops are strangers to kids growing up in cities, so the organic farms on roofs will bring much fun of leaning farming.
Functional Teaching Area
Primary School Area
Middle School Area