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B Campus  / AIM Architecture

This project is not just a school, but a thriving eco system where work and education flow with different stages of learning and life. 

© Johan Sellén

Architects: AIM Architecture

Location: Shanghai, China

Design Principals: Wendy Saunders, Vincent de Graaf

Project Architect: Byungmin Jeon

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: Johan Sellén, Dirk Weiblen, Marc Goodwin

Design Team: Ivan Yu, Jiao Yan, Liat Goldman, Lily Zhu, Patrick Wu, Peichin Lee, Rachel Wang, Shiwa Tseng, Sowon Lee

© Dirk Weiblen

Text description provided by the architects. This project is not just a school, but a thriving eco system where work and education flow with different stages of learning and life. 
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Housing a nursery, primary school, an adult education facility, and an investment company, B Campus aspires to be a learning center for all ages and stations of life. The investment firm driving the project sees personal progress as the key to a global progress. 

© Dirk Weiblen

Our Contribution Our approach to the various programs was to seek unity of space throughout. A simple choice to let the grey concrete building narrate its own rhythm by treating the structure as it essentially is, set the tone for the rest of the project. Wooden portals, doors, and cabinets warmed the in fills and transitions of space. The high ceilings are left largely exposed, maximizing light and offerin...
Source: Archdaily
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