This Tel Aviv School Features a Colorful Facade and White Interior

By: Christopher Magsambol - Nov 3, 2015
References: ah-arch & archdaily
This modern elementary school in Tel Aviv features colorful clustered classrooms. The facade of the school has a unique pattern of colorful squares, but is strikingly contrasted with a plain white interior.

The distinct facade boasts concave windows which block the rooms from too much sunlight entering while allowing for ample air to cool classrooms. The school features a grouping of clustered classrooms which are all accessible from a main courtyard area. This helps control the flow of students coming in and out of the school.

The playground and green space is meant to complement the colorful facade and promotes creative play. The construction of the school also highlights sustainable elements like thermal installation, advanced acoustic solutions and the use of recycled materials.