Educational Company Arsakeio Greekalbanian School
The building respects the particularities of the site, following its curves and elevations. As a result the grids that organize the two units are divergent.
The elementary school unit is composed around an atrium. Following the inclination of the ground, the atrium forms an open air space and arranges the overall circulation. The unit’s eight classes are accompanied by their own private open air space overlooking the outer sides of the building.
The interconnection of two vertical axis-promenades is organizing the secondary school. Its yards are facing the east and enable older children to have a wider freedom of movement.
Contributed by Isaias Dimitrios | Papaioannou Tasis
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