Marc Koehler and ONZ Architects Win the Bid to Build Kastamonu

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - May 29, 2014
References: marckoehler.nl & designboom
Marc Koehler and ONZ Architecture firm have won the proposal to build the Kastamonu campus in Turkey. The design takes on an asymmetrical star shape, and "is an endeavor to create the largest high school campus ever designed," as stated on DesignBoom.

The look of the campus is as such quite modern, and the star shape takes on a symbolic significance. The star is supposed to represent the long-reaching aspirations of those that attend the high school, and of course become successful in the process. Hopefully the layout of the school will be a reflection of those that attend, since the not only will the campus symbolically and physically look great, but it will also have the facilities to help students do well in academics as well as sports too.

Photo Credits: designboom, marckoehler.nl