To make sure the area promoted the pure setting as a lot because it did studying, the architects favored a pure materials palette. Timber and cork are the 2 major supplies used and clad each the outside and inside of the varsity. Every classroom is thoughtfully related to the outside area and options a big window that aids in merging the 2 areas into one distinctive studying setting. The construction boasts a geometrical and rectangular aesthetic and was designed to double as outside patio furnishings.
Casa da Árvore redefines the normal college blueprint.