Most educational spaces are great public investments, yet profitable only during the day, only by the students as its primary target, and left aside as an abandoned & inaccessible space during the night.
WHAT IS NEEDED?
A space that should be responsive not only to the needs of art students in the age group of 14-18 but also its main goal is to target the society, the entire community of the people living in the neighborhood, by providing them an inviting space for social interaction and public events.
Educational spaces have the potential to become not only a ground for social interaction, but also a platform to prepare, connect and lead the students to the job market, by providing them the possibility to present their art and skills by organizing public events and exhibitions of their own work.
This has been achieved through separating yet interconnecting the administration, educational and cultural zones while providing a separate access to the cultural zone which functions as a public space.
Dynamic facades, flexible spaces and nature enhance creative thinking. All these elements has been considered as a fundamental criteria in forming both indoor and outdoor the spaces.