Ten Super-Cool Learning Environments From Around The World

Ten Super-Cool Learning Environments From Around The World

15:14 12 July in Education, News and views, School interior design

We’ve discovered some amazing learning environments in all corners of the globe! See just how stunning a school environment can be…

Vittra School – Telefonplan, Sweden

Designer: Rosan Bosch Studios
Photo: Kim Wendt

The original ‘School Without Walls’ is a learning environment that was ahead of it’s time. Built in 2011, this creative environment empowers students to choose learning zones that best suit their individual learning styles.

English Town, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Designer: Red5 Studio
Photo: Quang Tran

What a great place to learn English! This learning space is divided up into caves, and everything is designed to make students feel like they are learning in a forest.

Boarding House at Roedean School, UK

Designer: Buckley Gray Yeoman Architect
Photo: Roedean School

Boutique hotel-come-boarding house. What’s not to love? The quality of these spaces reflects the school’s commitment to excellence. We’re privileged to be working with the Roedean Group on other redevelopment projects within the school!

Library, Biblioteca Parque Villalobos, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Designer: DM/AM
Photo: Nelson Kom

Ok so this isn’t strictly a school, but I’m sure we’re all agreed that you can learn in a library. And what a library! This library includes a creativity room with culinary equipment, a playroom and a teen space amongst other fantastic facilities.

Khoroshevskaya Gymnazium, Moscow, Russia

Designer: Martela
Photo: Oleg Sidorov

At the heart of this stunning secondary gymnasium lies a 4 floor atrium, with three 12-meter ladders which appear to float in the air! This school has multiple learning spaces enabling students to choose where and how they work.

ALT School, New York, USA

Designer: Architecture + Information
Photo: Magda Biernat

This school start-up firm has an alternative teaching methodology that responds to student’s needs and integrates technology into the learning journey. The sophisticated colour scheme in this project caught our eye – a great use of shades that are both bold and peaceful.

Frankston Primary School, Australia

Designer: Chaulk Studio
Photo: Jaime Diaz-Berrio

This bright and airy primary school uses bright colours and a range of shapes and spaces. With inspiration drawn from JR Tolkien’s The Hobbit, and design ideas taken from student feedback, this space is both welcoming and hugely functional.

Roosevelt High School, Wyoming, USA

Designer: Cuningham Group
Photo: Astula, Inc

Roosevelt High School’s curriculum is built around ‘healthy mind, healthy body’ which combines exercise with classroom instruction to improve student attainment. We’re liking this break-out bleacher seating to connect staff and students.

Erika Mann Grundschule II, Berlin, Germany

Designer: Baupiloten Studio
Photo: The Cool Hunter

The pupils at this school were heavily involved with the architects, resulting in a truly user-centred design scheme. With spaces named ‘The Snuffle Room’ and ‘The Chill Room’ we’re on the verge of flying out to Germany to see just how cool this school is!

Private Kindergarten, Israel

Designer: Lev-Gargir Architects
Photo: The Cool Hunter

Architect collaborating with toy designer equals a truly amazing kindergarten space. This Scandinavian-inspired play space uses muted colours and calming tones, resulting in a stimulating and creative environment for the children.

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