Our area of exper­ti­se lies in par­ti­ci­pato­ry design and con­struc­tion pro­jec­ts for the spa­ti­al deve­lop­ment of schools. Our approach is sys­temic and prac­ti­cal, and our pro­jec­ts ran­ge from the design of an indi­vi­du­al pie­ce of fur­ni­tu­re to the rest­ruc­tu­ring of school cam­pu­ses.
The aim is to diver­si­fy school spaces so that indi­vi­du­al lear­ning pro­ces­ses can coexist. We help schools crea­te a set­ting whe­re demo­cra­cy, inclu­si­vi­ty and phy­si­cal move­ment all take place.

Self-effi­cacy
the expe­ri­ence of being actively invol­ved in defi­ning goals and put­ting ide­as into prac­tice in order to achie­ve an “authen­tic” and reli­able result

Demo­cra­cy
to fos­ter demo­cra­tic struc­tures through par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on and design

Func­tio­n­a­li­ty
to sup­port dai­ly work with a strai­ght­for­ward, prac­ti­cal and appe­aling design

Diver­si­ty
to respect and sup­port each person´s dif­fe­rent needs through a mul­ti­fa­ce­ted design

Fle­xi­bi­li­ty
kee­ping natu­ral fle­xi­bi­li­ty ali­ve by pro­vi­ding varied spa­ti­al oppor­tu­nities

Acoustic design
to increa­se a room´s acoustic qua­li­ty and to redu­ce stress by crea­ting a com­for­ta­ble envi­ron­ment

Sustai­na­bi­li­ty
to value the envi­ron­ment and to crea­te a healt­hy indoor cli­ma­te with the use of lar­ge­ly natu­ral mate­ri­als

Well-being
fee­ling wel­co­me and com­for­ta­ble with an indi­vi­dua­li­sed and generous design which users can iden­ti­fy with