An urbanistically quiet traditional building enters the developing residential area, which strengthens the urban character of the district. Inside, the school promotes alternative ways of teaching and meeting.
The shape of the school building creates urban micro-spaces not only for pupils and teachers, but also for relatives and passers-by. Inside, it supports alternative ways of teaching and meeting. The school in a developing residential area must, more than anywhere else, also play the role of a community center, a city cultural institution. Therefore, the design focuses on common areas and their importance in interior and exterior operation.