Secondary School | Cadolzburg

1st Prize | In collaboration with Atelier 30

The idea is characterised by the interlocking of landscape and building. The result is a heavily greened school landscape, topped by large-crowned future trees and structured by areas of grasses and shrubs. These are insect-friendly and serve as retention areas. The central areas are paved with permeable concrete and grass paving. A bird protection planting with native shrubs and a border of wild herbs forms the border to the east. Where there is no need for a walkable lawn, lean meadows contribute to biodiversity. The equipment elements are multifunctional – for example, a chill deck that can be converted into a stage or a seating area as an outdoor break meeting point and classroom. The schoolyard also includes an exercise area that combines sport and fun.

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