1.ITRI CENTRAL INNOVATION CAMPUS, TAIWAN:
In order to accommodate different lightning requirements for Research, the fins made of expanded aluminum sheet are positioned at various angles, while as a whole creating a large flow and giving a dynamic impression to the building.
2.MARINE SCIENCE MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL, USA:
The school feels like a working marine laboratory with the labs and classrooms having visual and physical links to the site, integrating classroom work, laboratory experimentation and the real physical environment.
3. DESIGN 39 CAMPUS, USA:
Classroom buildings designed for program flexibility with decentralized multi-disciplinary labs, collaborative learning spaces and transparent connections to outdoor learning labs. The academic buildings are designed with internal circulation around collaboration commons designed to promote multi-age and multi-grade learning strategies.
4. TRINITY SPORTS HALL, INDIA:
Multi-purpose facility having a Badminton Academy. The uniqueness of the Hall lies in a rhythmic composition of folded panels that creates a diamond-like surface. Not only is it cost-effective, but it also gives a different look throughout the day changing at each hour.
5. WATKINSON SCHOOL, CONNECTICUT:
The design’s success is not just due to its speedy installation however — the carefully conceived space is flooded with indirect daylight and is precisely engineered to provide plenty of clean air. The buildings are also designed to exceed energy code by 25%, keeping the school’s budget intact. With the installation of optional solar arrays, the buildings can be zero energy.
Guest Post by Inder Arya, Principal Architect, IP Design Studio
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