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This Triangle-Shaped Building Contains a Roofless Triangular Courtyard

 - Jun 8, 2015
References: namelessarchitecture & dezeen
This three-sided high school building contains a triangular courtyard at the very center of the structure. The courtyard has an open rooftop. The design was created by Nameless Architecture.

Each of the three sides stands for a purpose. The north-facing side is the only wall of the courtyard that contains a door. The west-facing wall contains no windows and is made entirely from concrete. The last wall faces east and looks out towards one of the other school buildings.

The school itself has two storeys. The ground level contains a library, the courtyard and administrative offices. The second floor is where the classrooms are. All of the classrooms surrounding the courtyard and contain windows that allow for a full view of the triangular courtyard and open rooftop.