Text by: Matt Carey
Photos: Johan Ronnestam
The students, from some of Scandinavia’s finest architectural institutes, were invited to explore how the future could look for businesses, cultural venues, healthcare, hospitality, and educational facilities.
Anna Lawecka (KTH, Stockholm) and Kristine Kleivi (NTNU, Trondheim) got the chance to showcase their personal vision of how our buildings of tomorrow can nurture people’s productivity, wellbeing, and creativity – without compromising sustainability.
The idea was presented at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and will now also be presented during Clerkenwell Design Week in London.
The name, Dangerous School, refers to the philosophy of embracing challenges and taking risks as resources for learning and growth. This approach is reflected in the design of the building, which takes its inspiration from an adventure playground concept, combining a modular grid layout with movable walls. Like a collage it’s both flexible and dynamic, allowing students to explore their creativity and engage in a variety of learning experiences.
Kristine Kleivis design – Well Arena
Read the full interview here:
Project: Student collaboration with BAUX at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2023
Students: Anna Lawecka (KTH) and Kristine Kleivi (NTNU)
Visit BAUX during Clerkenwell Design Week 2023 to see all the models live. More info about Clerkenwell to come during the spring of 2023.
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