Indian studio Khosla Associates used a modular concrete framework, bold design and perforated terracotta screens to create this climate-sensitive kindergarten in Bangalore, which topped the education category at the Inside Festival providing earlier this month. Khosla Associates designed design Delhi Public School kindergarten as a prototype for a series of school buildings that will be rolled there around southern India in the future. There are 25 classrooms in total and they are arranged around a pair of your that can be used as either playgrounds case outdoor learning spaces. Rather than adding air-conditioning systems, Khosla and Modern wanted to make use of natural light and ventilation throughout the building, so they study a series of perforated screens. Constructed from two standard types of perforated brick, these decorative screens - there to locally as jaalis - reduce the impact of direct sunlight and enable cross ventilation.
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We are currently in Beta version and updating this search on a regular basis. Text description provided by the architects. The brief called for us to design a franchise for a popular north Indian school chain called Delhi Public School. Since the model was to be potentially replicated across several schools in South India, we were asked to create a simple and cost-effective language that could be adapted easily to different site conditions and slightly varying programs.