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▼校园入口广场，Campus Entrance Plaza ©章勇
▼大树与孩子们和谐共处，The big tree and the children live in harmony ©章勇
This new school was formerly known as Zhejiang Experimental School, which is well-known for its long history, complete facilities, new concept, practical teaching, and high quality. Its origins can be traced back to the 27th year of the Ming Dynasty. A spiritual paradise that focuses on students’ life care and takes the campus as a common growth for teachers and students—-this is their school philosophy.
▼丰富的活动庭院，Rich event courtyard ©章勇
The school is elevated to the west, and the other three sides are high-rise residences. The site is narrow and irregular, and it belongs to the city’s “leftovers.” The school functional use requirements has dramatically exceeded the plot ratio of the site. Our initial intention was to set up a low-density and comfortable space of education in the high-density urban environment. How to resolve this contradiction has become the core issue of planning.
▼高密度城市下的校园布局，Campus layout in high-density cities ©章勇
集约与分散 | Concentration and Dispersion
▼西南向校园航拍，Aerial photography of the campus from southwest ©章勇
Focusing on this issue, the steps are followed, first sorting out the functions and masses of the school, second dividing the functions into two categories, the ground and the underground, and finally putting the appropriate functions underground. Placing the sports area on the west side of the site, it keeps the teaching area away from the urban viaduct. Depending on the level of privacy, the corresponding functions are arranged from north to south: the south side is adjacent to the city branch road where we set up multi-function halls, basketball halls, administrative offices, and other public functions, and the north side is placed with ordinary classrooms of all grades. Then use public teaching rooms to connect the north and south functions, which also divides school space into the east and west squares. The functions are set up along the border of the base, then concentrated out of the two campus squares in the centre.
▼体块生成分析，Generation analysis ©UAD
校园与公园 | Campus and Garden
Overlooking from high-rise residential areas, the campus has become a low-lying depression and a vibrant park. It makes the roof as a display surface, which faces the city in a clean, clear, and green form, and it becomes a small green lung.
▼东向校园与幼儿园航拍，Aerial shots of East Campus and Kindergarten ©章勇
▼建筑围合限定出的广场空间，Square space defined by the building enclosure ©章勇
▼台阶不仅限定了不同的室外空间，也增加了活动的趣味性，The steps not only define different outdoor spaces, but also increase the fun of the event ©章勇
开放与交流 | Open and Communication
The plan sets up a complete entrance plaza at the main entrance, which is open to the city. Parents can gather here, pick up and drop off children, and communicate with each other, which reflects the humane care for parents and improves local urban transportation and the city image. Basketball courts, multi-function halls, and roof tennis courts are located on the west side of the entrance square, which is convenient for the public at night or on weekends.
▼蜿蜒流动向城市退让的校园主入口 ，The main entrance to the campus convoluted to the city ©章勇
▼高低错落的建筑围而成主入口广场，The main entrance square surrounded by high and low buildings ©章勇
▼流动的活动平台，Mobile Activity Platform ©章勇
守望与流动 | Flowing space
Primary school and its affiliated kindergarten have their own land red lines, which cannot be crossed and connected. The strategy adopted here is using flowing space as flows: Setting up overhead floors and activity platforms at different levels, creating a visual corridor for both, guiding the space of the primary school to the kindergarten, and reducing the continuous body’s sense of pressure on the kindergarten, which is an affinity and open attitude.
▼小学二层开放空间与幼儿园形成互动空间，The open space on the second floor of the elementary school forms an interactive space with the kindergarten ©章勇
▼小学与幼儿园间的活动空间，Activity space between elementary school and kindergarten ©章勇
色彩与理性 | Color and Reason
The traditional colors of Shengli Elementary School are yellow, blue, and gray. Based on the design concept, we use dark gray and light gray as the primary color of the building. We rationally restrained the traditional colors of Shengli Elementary School. Leading spaces in series in the tone. The kindergarten boldly adopts yellow-blue and green, as the primary color of the three activity units, to strengthen the recognition and the activity of the inner courtyard space.
▼点缀的色彩让校园充满活力，Dotted colors make the campus vibrant ©章勇
▼不同颜色的盒子增加识别性，Different color boxes increase recognition ©章勇
向地下探索教学空间 | Exploring Underground Teaching Space
The design adopts the method of setting up a semi-basement to solve the problem of exceeding plot ratio, and functionally forms three areas of dining, sports, and art cultivation, and sets a sunken courtyard with a suitable scale. It achieves the effects of providing natural ventilation, lighting, and landscape like the above-ground space, and brings vertical height fluctuations to the entire campus, which enriches the spatial changes near the ground floor, and increased effective use area.
▼地下篮球馆，Underground basketball hall ©章勇
向地上拓展交往空间 | Expanding the Space for Interaction on the Ground
▼轴测分析，Axonometric analysis ©UAD
In addition to the sunken courtyard on the ground floor, a large amount of gray space, movable platforms, roof greening platforms, and tennis courts are integrated into the overall campus space design. These spaces play a role in the integration and are also entertaining spaces for children to play. Focusing on the active nature of children, the design creates a spatial dialogue between different elevations, inspiring children’s activities and feelings in the campus space.
▼运动场与崇文广场形成连续的开放空间，The sports field and Chongwen Square form a continuous open space ©章勇
▼架空平台、下沉庭院组合的灰空间，Gray space of combination of overhead platform and sunken courtyard ©章勇
▼流动的活动平台，Mobile Activity Platform ©章勇
▼从三层望向架空平台，Looking at the overhead platform from the third floor ©章勇
▼多功能报告厅，Multifunctional lecture hall ©章勇
学习成长不止于课堂 | Learning and Grow beyond the Class
The original intention of the design was to hope that children will be more exposed to nature, bathing in the sunshine, and even experience some wind and rain. They will not only receive education indoors but also outdoors. Therefore, two squares with different characteristics are designed: Chongwen Plaza is the hub of the campus, it’s the connection as follows: the space between inside and outside of the school, the space between teaching and sporting areas and the space between underground and above ground. Children of different age run and play here, looking up at the sky, strengthening their bodies and minds. Shangde Garden is relatively quiet and is connected to the art training area through the sunken courtyard. Children can sink their minds and think independently.
▼崇文广场，Chongwen Square ©章勇
The non-positive overlap of ordinary classrooms and corridors creates irregular corner space, making the corridors as a complex space with a sense of sequence. Informal teaching, communication, exhibitions, and even small children’s plays are happening in this compound space. A little change in design has inspired the various behaviors of children, which also inspired us.
▼非正式教学空间的拓展走廊1，Expansion corridor 1of informal teaching space ©章勇
▼非正式教学空间的拓展走廊2，Expansion corridor 2 of informal teaching space ©章勇
An open and boundless library is designed in this case. The library directly links the teaching area corridor and the entrance hall, the library is completely open without any boundary, so the design concept of circulation and space flow is completely conducted through campus. The behaviors of borrowing, returning and reading books are maintained by children’s consciousness which can cultivates children’s sense of responsibility.
▼开放式图书馆阅览区1，Open Library Reading Area 1 ©章勇
▼开放式图书馆自习区，Open Library Study Area ©章勇
The functional attributes of the foyer have also been fully expanded, combining with the corridor, stairs, and second-floor atrium to form a shared hall. Combining the flexible layout of indoor furniture and reasonable vertical changes on the ground floor, the shared lobby is connected to the open library, providing teachers and students with a variety of communication and learning platforms. Meanwhile, it also serves as small parties, exhibitions, and even performances as well as other temporary places for public events.
▼主入口门厅，Main Entrance Foyer ©章勇
结语 | Conclusion
Instead of focusing on the facade form of the building, it started from the fundamental issues of urban relations, children’s behavior and teaching activities at the beginning of the design. It focuses on the three design aspects which are the tension of land use and various functions, the ratio of indoor space to outdoor activity venues, daily formal and informal teaching activities. It returns to the original topic of architecture, “space-inspired behavior”. Finally, a new campus complex that satisfies all parties responds to the city and effectively stimulates children’s cognitive behavior in and out of class is completed based on low cost.
▼西北侧校园建筑全景，Panorama of the campus building on the northwest side ©章勇
▼总平面图，Site plan ©UAD
▼一层平面图，Ground floor plan ©UAD
▼地下一层平面图，Basement floor plan ©UAD
Project name:Hangzhou Shengli Elementary School New City Campus and Kindergartens Affiliated
Design: The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Co, Ltd (UAD)
Design year: 2014.Oct – 2015.Sep
Completion Year: 2016.Aug – 2018.Jul
Gross Built Area (square meters):23121
Ground Floor Area (square meters): 12320
Photo Credits: Yong Zhang
Clients:Hangzhou Qianjiang New City Construction Headquartersr
Brands / Products Used in the Project: plastic floor: Amstrong, colorful real stone paint: 3Tree, aluminum plate: Southwest Aluminum