Posts tagged ‘Vittra school’

February 15, 2012

Vittra`s new kind of school

The organic  Sitting Islands  are designed specially for the children's work with laptops  Design RosanBosch  Photo Kim Wendt

The organic Sitting Islands are designed specially for the children's work with laptops Design RosanBosch Photo Kim Wendt

How do you create an interior for a special kind of school system which has a unique educational model, called Vittra international school? with the key-words being Networks, Skills and Language it is not easy to envisage the environment suitable to nurturing the personal qualities in each child – an environment without classrooms, divisions and walls.

Danish designer Rosan Bosch has made a marvelous contribution to Vittra`s educational approach. Without any possibility for citations and copy-pasting, with only the wast experience of Vittra`s own educational staff, designer Rosan Bosch created a multitude of creative spaces for children with different needs, behaviour and talents.

Some spaces are deep red caverns – for the theatrical among children, other spaces include a picknick-like table under an artificial tree (for the nature-minded). There are wast expanses of blackboard for the children to scribble on and many cozy nooks and crannies for the children to find their own space.

Below you can find all the available pictures – and each tells a story!

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