This is an unique school located in Paris, France, designed by Eva Samuel Architects and Associates. The purpose of this building is to comply with the City of Paris’s climate plan, offering visual protection, increased natural light to counteract the surrounding solar screens, no thermal bridges, natural ventilation and double flux in winter. This building has a thick facade where the convex and concave windows installed. The pink anodized aluminum cladding can changes to golden grey to green depending on one’s movements, point de view, the color of the sky and reflections of nearby buildings. The interior use the original colors of materials. The thick facade give an extra space for children and can be used as mini-living rooms, for reading, tea parties, hiding, etc. This thick facade also gives a strong sense of protection and minimize outlook from neighboring towers.
Photography by Gaston Bergeret
Design of School