Monday, October 11, 2010

The best schools of the world under version DeZeen

All architects in the world once went to school.

Were for certain students. Then they became adults — and built schools! Magazine Dezeen has placed estimations — whose school of all more lovely, it is finer and cleverer than all? Look TOP-10 buildings for educational institutions.

№1. Tama Art University Library, Tokyo, the author of project Toyo Ito, the architect from Japan.

Library, Tokyo

The project second for popularity: Innovation Tower at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the author of project Zaha Hadid Architects.

Tower, Hong Kong

The third place: High School №9, the author of project Coop Himmelblau.

High School

The following project: Luigi Bocconi University, the project of Irish company Grafton Architects constructed in Milan.

University, Milan

The fifth place. Project Steven Holl Architects, the punched steps for Faculty of philosophy of the New York University (NYU).


The sixth place. A sports hall, school 704, project H Arquitectes, Barbera-del-Valles, Spain.

Sports hall

The seventh place. Additional premises for Seu University to Spain, the project of young Spanish architect CrystalZoo.

University, Spain

The eighth place. Project Kadawittfeldarchitektur, a building of a children's garden, Austria. In facade registration metal elements which are similar to a grass are used.


The ninth place: Panta Rhei school, the Netherlands, the Dutch architect i29 used poetry as a registration element.

School, Netherlands

10 place: the Project of Latvian architects Substance — an elementary school, a sports hall.

Elementary school


Splash87 said...

I really like the odd look of the 2nd one. Kinda reminds me of a stack of cards.

Cpt Pownzor said...

really crazy architecture here

LoneIslander said...

Looks pretty cool.

Pope Smurf said...

Excellent, as always.

The Angry Vegetarian said...

These are inspiring.