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Θέµα: Thank you note. Από: Architecture for Humanity <challenge@architectureforhumanity.org> Ηµεροµηνία: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 13:25:50 -0700 Προς: "konzabetas Zabetas" <konzabetas@gmail.com>

Dear Partners, We at Architecture for Humanity would like to thank you for being a part of the 2009 Open Architecture Challenge. You have heard this from us many times in the past, but we could not thank you enough for this successful initiative. As we sorted out email lists to send this note we realized how big this collaboration has been, 1066 entrants, 110 jury members, 55 challenge ambassadors, 50 Chapters, 26 partners and funders across 70 countries Again thank you for all your support and we look forward to working with you in the future. Perhaps on our next Open Architecture Challenge... Stay tuned.

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Θέµα: Open Architecture Challenge- Financing and funding for participating schools Από: AFH challenge <challenge@architectureforhumanity.org> Ηµεροµηνία: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 12:18:24 -0700 Προς: challenge@architectureforhumanity.org Dear Challenge Entrants, We would like to thank you for participating in the 2009 Open Architecture Challenge: Classroom and helping make this a big success. We are now preparing for the next steps to take this challenge forward, with the intention of getting as many of these classrooms built and upgraded. Architecture for Humanity’s primary role is providing design services, however we identify the need for procuring funding for upgrading school facilities. We are currently exploring avenues for funding and financing classroom upgrade projects. This may or may not result in funding for your school, as we are only beginning to work on identifying possible funding sources and are unable to promise a definite outcome at the moment. But more information about your school will surely help us in pursuing potential financial and funding resources more effectively. We are aware that many of you have participated with School Building partners and do not have a school partner. But we thought this update regarding the next steps might interest many of you. Please have the school administrator/representative answer the attached questionnaire. Kindly have the completed questionnaire emailed to challenge@architectureforhumanity.org with the subject line ‘School Survey’ by 21st Oct, 09 Please note the surveys must come from school partners to ensure accuracy. Feel free to contact with any queries that you may have regarding this survey. Looking forward to your responses.

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Θέµα: Reminder - Open Architecture Challenge- Financing and funding for participating schools Από: AFH challenge <challenge@architectureforhumanity.org> Ηµεροµηνία: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 11:51:41 -0700 Προς: challenge@architectureforhumanity.org Dear Participants, This is just a friendly reminder for those of you have not been able to turn in the school survey that we had requested for. We got a number of emails for extension on the deadline for submitting survey and we are happy to do so. We are aware that in a a lot of instances the designers have found it difficult to get in touch with the school authorities and the given time may have been insufficient. Please do fill out the survey (attaching again) so that we can create an effective framework in order to help upgrade as many schools as possible. If you have any queries and concerns please feel free to write to us. Also, send you responses with the subject line 'School Survey' Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. Looking forward to your responses. Also, thank you to all of you who have sent us the survey, kindly ignore this email. Cheers The Challenge team -Architecture for Humanity 848 Folsom Street, Suite 201 San Francisco, CA 94107 Telephone: 415 963 3511 Fax: 415 963 3520 School Survey.doc

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Θέµα: Final Reminder - Open Architecture Challenge- Financing and funding for participating schools Από: AFH challenge <challenge@architectureforhumanity.org> Ηµεροµηνία: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 12:32:02 -0800 Προς: challenge@architectureforhumanity.org Dear Participants, This is just a friendly reminder for those of you have not yet filled out and returned the requested survey. At this point we have received over thirty survey responses and each one puts us closer to fine-tuning our proposal! We are excited to hear from those of you who have not yet returned a survey, and we will be extending the deadline for one additional week to Friday, November 13th. Please do fill out the survey (attaching again) so that we can create an effective framework in order to help upgrade as many schools as possible. If you have any queries and concerns please feel free to write to us. Also, send you responses with the subject line 'School Survey' Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. Looking forward to your responses. Also, thank you to all of you who have sent us the survey, kindly ignore this email. Cheers The Challenge team -Architecture for Humanity 848 Folsom Street, Suite 201 San Francisco, CA 94107 Telephone: 415 963 3511 Fax: 415 963 3520

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

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Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on May 31st, 2009 (view larger) floorplans

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on May 31st, 2009 (view larger) floorplans

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

PROJECT DETAILS

NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/projects/4085

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Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on May 30th, 2009 (view larger) elevations

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on May 31st, 2009 (view larger) elevations

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/projects/4085

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Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on June 1st, 2009 (view larger) elevations

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

PROJECT DETAILS

NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

© All Rights Reserved. This work is the copyright of the author. CLICK ON STARS TO SET YOUR RATING

Overall Rating: Sustainability: Innovative Materials: Cost Effectiveness:

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/projects/4085

Discussion Forums

Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

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Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on June 1st, 2009 (view larger) sections

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/projects/4085

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Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on June 1st, 2009 (view larger) sections

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

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Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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Submitted by konzabetas on Sat, 2009-03-14 14:38. Challenge Overview About the Challenge School Building Partners Traveling Exhibition Conversations between architects and students Stories from participants Videos of student participation Guidelines Press Room Jury Timeline FAQ Awards Sponsors & Partners Teacher & Student Resources Discussion Forums School Building Resources Competition Details

Created By 4085 on June 1st, 2009 (view larger) renderings

Host: Architecture for Humanity Category: Type: Public Registration Deadline: May 4 2009 Submission Deadline: June 1 2009 Entry Fee: $25 USD Award: If your design wins, your school will receive up to $50,000 in funding for classroom construction and upgrading. You will receiv Contact: Sandhya Status: Winners Announced

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: KALLITECHNIKO GYMNASIO OF AMPELOKIPI secondary school of fine arts. HISTORY: The school has been founded recently. Operated for two years and has only two classes. In regural operation is expected to have 6 classes. Is a regular secondary school that has extra art lessons, divided into groups of dance, painting and theater - cinema. The students learn mathematic, physics, language and simultaneously they learn dancing, painting, theatre and making films. School temporarily housed in another school until its own school building will build up.. The plot exists, already has been bought from the municipality of Ampelokipi and this moment becomes the debates on the architectural planning of new building. Ladies and gentlemen, we present the concept and part of architectural preliminary drafts of new building of artistic school. SCHOOL'S ADMINISTRATION SAID: Firstly the room must be large in relation with the number of students, that good will be it does not exceed the twenty. Desks placed circularly and flexibly, in order that the students work sometimes in teams, sometimes opens a debate, in desks placed in U-shape, sometimes work certain alone, individually, others in teams, proportionally with the object of teaching and the requirements of circumstance. At least in one part of the classroom it is good to have a large carpet and big cushions, in order that certain students, in relaxed disposal, can sit down and write a literary text, work in small teams on a script, process a project in geography or in the biology, try a dramatization, while the remaining deal with something else. Generally good is to create corners in the classroom, with parallel pastime of students on different sides of the same subject ( collaboration of teachers of various items). Parallel with the central library of the school, it is useful to have bookshelves in classroom, to host favorites books of childrens, and the favorites cd's and dvd's, which will be parallel useful as starting points in various instructive objects and in relative projects. Furthermore, it is necessary an audio system, video, computers and projection screen, Internet connection, to open a window to the world any time is necessary at the phases of teaching in the frame of multiliteracies. On the other hand there should be a real window to the world, in nature, namely: the class will be supposed to view with large windows and glass in a green area with trees and flowers. Stimuli in the multimodal approach of the world should come not only by technical means. The child will be supposed to hear the real song of bird and inspired a text based on them, to actually see colors and shapes of flowers and create art. Even more, good will be the instructive classroom to have its own access to a small garden, to which will be responsible the children of this class. Flower-beds with flowers and with vegetables will need their care. Trees will offer shade and the benches will be mounted in an appropriate manner, in order that lessons could be outdoor, when the conditions allow it. Back to indoors: the classroom may, in at least a part of, skylight on the roof, with appropriate treatment, to allow light to enter the classroom, but to provide heat, other to be aggravating, when the temperature

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NAME: flyover classroom PROJECT LEAD: Kallitechniko Gymnasio Ampelokipon (secondary school for painting-dance-theatrecinema) LOCATION: Thessaloniki, Makethonia, Greece START DATE: January 28, 2009 CURRENT PHASE: Design development COST: $50000 USD (Estimated) BUILDING TYPE: Education Facility Secondary School ARCHITECT: Konstantinos Zabetas SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Orient Global , Architecture for Humanity COPYRIGHT

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rising. SCHOOL'S TEACHERS SAID: if you give students a library, will bring books from home. If they have suitable space they will bring a photograph, a printed page from something that moved their the interest, a painting, a comment. In this room the children do not seat nailed in hard seats. It is a medieval type torture (seven hours a day for twelve years) for people full of life and vigor. A corner that will watch the seasons, the sky, the rain, a corner with fireplace. I imagine a school with a yard in its center, the nature. Rooms and laboratories built around from the yard in a big circle with no corners. PEDAGOGIC SOURCES: A great teacher, Alexandros Delmouzos mentioned in the "secret school": one morning when I went down in my office, I found certain students to seat around from the fireplace, where fire burned, thus front in the beautiful fire I opened slowly a conversation, and students began to say their own stories. ARCHITECTURAL CONTEXT: In order to make a classroom as ask to us by the school, the teachers and the students, first we separate the structural and architectural departments that constituting in two categories: 1) funcionality: The entire classroom is a house with five rooms: the main classroom, the lounge, the garden, the yard and the facilities. We place the garden in the ground floor, we place the main classroom of teaching, the lounge and the facilities in the above floor and the yard is placed in the intermediary. The plan of this construction can be built with different materials, other for urban areas other for rural areas and other for a portable version of the building. The building hangs from a structural system that is independent and for its hanging can be used different structural systems such as reinforced concrete or metal frame. As basic unit of dimensioning was used a dimension of 0,6m = 2ft which produces all the other dimensions. The main classroom is flexible and modifiable. Its about 14 classrooms in one. It takes the form of a typical classroom and can also be converted into an amphitheatre. It can be transferred to the garden for outdoor lessons. It is mainly litted up with natural lighting by the roof, while it has also a large northern window in the ceiling for the students to view the sky and the seasons passing by. Has its own system of natural ventilation and a kneeling system to improve its acoustics performance. The interior design changes in order that is suitable for each one from the 7 types of courses (performances, lectures, experiments, projections, debates, computers, workshops) while it has all essential equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. Shaping the change to be appropriate for each of the 7 types of courses, and has all necessary equipment (video, computers, benches, mirrors) that need these courses. The lounge placed around the rclassoom and has a fireplace, sofas and exhibitions surfaces, with its own separate ventilation system. The windows are positioned below the floor to allow students tthat sits down on sofas to watch the yard with the flowers. Thus they have the sense that the lounge is in the ground and no in the floor. There are also eastern windows placed tally, in order the students view the rising of the sun from iside the classroom. The garden has a greenhouse, a vegetable garden and an open area for student's desks. The natural soil of the land is maintained by avoiding construction to alter it. Desks go down from the classroom along with the floor, with a lifting mechanism. The yard is a big circular ramp with very small slope. Protects students from obesity because it makes them walk. When they go up they make good in their health and when they go down they have fun. It has flower-beds with flowers in all its length and a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. The highest point of ramp is south-eastern to allow students walking in the sunshine when they come out for break. The facilities includes w.c., cupboards students, a pharmacy for emergency care and warehouse for classroom's equipment. 2) sustainability: The building is constructed with no need to dig the soil of plot. Construction does not alter the topography which is the fundamental environment. the manufacture does not degrade the morphology of soil that It is therefore a flyover classroom drifting between earth and sky. It has a greenhouse for the exploitation of solar energy while the placement of classroom above the greenhouse exploits the movement of hot air to above. In the roof exists space to install photovoltaics, while on the four columns can be installed wind generators. The walls must be curved to have a greater surface to the sun. Each wall is a barrel that can be filled with different eco-materials like earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, e.t.c. Has systems of natural lighting and ventilation and the roof is ventilated to avoid overheating of the classroom. has systems of natural lighting and airing and her roof is [aerizomeni] in order to is avoided the overheat of room. The classroom is surrounded by plants for more cool and has a drainage system for the collection of rainwater. Has a fireplace for alternative heating, as well as for emergency purposes, like blackouts. 3) list of materials: The classroom can be made from the following materials concrete, steel, aluminium, wood, bamboo, soil, earthbags, strawballs, clay, bricks, fabrics, glass, plastic, tiles, as well as with local materials and technics.

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Join the conversation! General Questions Do you have general questions about participating in the challenge? Post them here, or see if they have already been asked and answered. view forum Partner Requests Are you a school that needs an architect to team up with, or a architect that needs a school? Post your information here, and find a partner! view forum MBI Discussion Forum Looking for answers to specific modular classrooms questions? Ask you questions on the Modular Building Institute forum. view forum DID YOU KNOW

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We are inviting you, the designer, to work with students and teachers to design the classroom of the future for a school of your choosing. Your design should address the unique challenges your school faces in trying to provide innovative, safe and sustainable learning spaces. Find out what teachers and students in your school need to make their learning environments more effective. Does the classroom inspire learning? Is it overcrowded? Noisy? Does the classroom have natural daylight? What obstacles prevent schools from upgrading classrooms or building additional classroom space? Show us how your design would address the obstacles to providing inspiring learning spaces in your school. You may partner with any primary or secondary school. (Please note: Classroom designs for universities and other training academies are not eligible to win.) The school you choose to partner with can be a local school or one in another region or country. Student participation is strongly encouraged and will be considered by the jury. The competition focuses on the design of a single, replicable adaptable classroom. Design teams are not asked to submit designs for an entire school. We've created teacher resources, including a design curriculum and web casts to help you engage and inspire students. Who knows, one of the students you work with could be the next Calatrava. And, you could be the one who inspired them to become a design professional.

Challenge Resources Your Classroom Brief Urban Classroom Upgrade Brief Rural Classroom Addition Modular Classroom Design Brief Challenge FAQ Online Curriculum for Teachers Online Webcast for Students

Building Standards Indoor Air Quality Lighting Information Technology Energy Efficiency Facility and Student Performance Curriculum Green Building

Architecture as Learning Tool Adaptive Reuse Design for Indigenous Communities International Design US School Building Guidelines Videos Misc. information and articles

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