照片版权：Torben Eskerod, JJW Arkitekter
来自建筑师的介绍。JJW 建筑事务所的设计将城市与学校完美融合、连接，利用港口的特殊地理位置，将水边区域设计为露天教学区域。同时，不同大小的空间为不同规模的学生活动提供了场地，无论是学校庆典还是学生之间的小组学习活动都能得到满足。该学校的设计已获得包括2016年 WAN 教育奖在内的诸多奖项。
当 JJW 建筑事务所赢得建筑竞赛时，这个旧港区正在努力发展成为一个新型多功能区域，但一直缺乏一个元素。这个竞赛就是为建造一个既是学校，又可以作为文化聚集点的建筑物。
该校园的设计符合 DGNB 方法中各个参数设定，该方法着重于技术、经济及社会的可持续发展。该建筑课后将被用于举办支持可持续发展的社会活动，例如户外的区域平时是学校的后花园，课后则会对公众开放。
Location:St?berigade, 2450 K?benhavn, Denmark
Landscape:JJW Landscape / PK3 Landskab
Sport consultants:Keinicke & Overgaard Arkitekter
Major Contractors:B. Nygaard S?rensen A/S / G.V.L. ENTREPRISE A/S / Lindpro / Jakon A/S
Construction Management:Friis Andersen Arkitekter
Artistic project:Peter Holst Henckel
Photographs:Torben Eskerod, JJW Arkitekter
Text description provided by the architects. JJW Architects invite the city into the school and connect the school with the city, while utilizing the harbor location by using the water as an extra classroom. At the same time varied spaces create numerous, different scale gathering opportunities for students – from the school assembly to intimate learning sessions between two classmates. The School has been awarded several awards including the WAN Education Award 2016.
When JJW Architects won the architectural competition this old part of the harbor area was being developed into a new mix-use quarter, but the area lacked an assembling element. The competition brief there for was to create a project that could function both as a school and a cultural gathering point.
The school is designed with a natural hierarchy of public, semi-public and more private spaces while the outdoor areas are designed so they can be used as additional learning, recreational and activity spaces.
To create an exchange between the school, the neighborhood and the harbor, the ground floor features a combination of school yard and a city square. The large staircase connects the school with the harbor and is used as an extra classroom, a recreation area for the pupils as well as a vivid public meeting place for the citizens of Copenhagen.
The school is partly age-divided with the junior classes at the bottom, while the upper floors, that house the older pupils, are prepared for age-division as well as age-integration. This way the internal and external spaces take into account what pupils at different stages of their lives are capable of handling and what makes them feel at home and safe. To provide a safe feeling for the younger children the smaller classes have their own home area with small clusters that are separated from the other pupils. The older pupils share a large, age integrated home area spread over two floors where the pupils become part of a larger community across age differences.
The building is characterized by a vivid fa?ade that not only creates variation but also underpins the buildings educational function. The architects have taken a relatively common fa?ade material, prefabricated compressed mineral wool panels, and combined it with outer fines – the result is a strong and living expression.
The vibrant facade acts as an effective and intelligent building envelope. Automatic openable windows controls night cooling, specially developed noise-reducing windows allow natural ventilation, and built facade screens serves both as sun protection and as additional heat buffer in the cold season. The outermost layer consists of 100% recycled lamellas in aluminum. The play in the fa?ade changes according to the position of the viewer.
The school follows the parameters in the DGNB-approach, which focuses on both the technical, economic and social sustainability. The use of the building after school hours supports the social aspect of the sustainable approach. As an example, the outdoor areas work as both school yard and public park.