The teaching center of Nyon consists of the existing gymnasium, realized in the 1980’s, and a set of new buildings sheltering the extension of the gymnasium and professional school of commerce. These various buildings shapes a campus at the heart of Nyon’s urban area.
▼教学楼外观，exterior view of the school building
Located on the north westside of the train line Lausanne-Geneva, the site is cut across by a secondary railroad which decomposes it into two triangular surfaces. The project invests each of them by having on one side, around the existing Gymnasium, the building receiving all of the school program and on the other side the sports program. A pedestrian tunnel skips under the railway Nyon/Eysin and connects the different constructions.
▼建筑体量围合出一个三角形庭院，the building volume encloses a triangular courtyard
▼场地的地形和几何为建筑赋予了鲜明的形态，the building presents itself as a great form defined by the topography and the geometry of the plot
The new school building establishes a balanced relationship with the existing gymnasium. Its assertive character allows it to mark its presence while proposing a reduced size which becomes integrated smoothly into the urban fabric of small buildings and detached houses which develop on the northern part of the site. It presents itself as a great form defined by the topography and the geometry of the plot. At the heart of the building, a triangular courtyard is cut across by a public pedestrian walkway offering the local residents a direct contact with the daily activity of the school.
▼教学楼夜景，night view of the school building
The internal organization of the school is based on a simple decision. All of the ordinary classes are arranged on a unique floor, favoring the meetings between students and teachers of the various sectors. The users of the school have several entrances generating multiple and varied courses towards the education places and the meeting points. The arrangement of the ordinary classrooms under the roof allows to offer plentiful natural light in the distribution and relaxation spaces thanks to the zenithal openings.
▼教学楼内部，interior of the school building
▼采光充裕的教室，classroom filled with adequate natural light
The gymnasium building is placed in the embankment of the Geneva-Lausanne train line. Half-buried, it presents itself as like two rectangular volumes parallel to the tracks which define a public space protected from the nuisances. The northern volume serves as the entrance for the students and the sport companies. It also welcomes the teacher’s rooms and fitness rooms. Both emerging buildings are bound on the floor below where the locker rooms and two fitness rooms takes place.
▼体育馆体量平行于火车轨道，the gymnasium building presents itself as like two rectangular volumes parallel to the tracks
▼体育馆外观，exterior view of the gymnasium building
▼磨砂铝材质带来一种强健稳固的质感，the raw brushed aluminum expresses a strong and robust materiality
▼建筑的主要结构由钢筋混凝土建成，the structure is essentially realized by reinforced concrete
The morphology of the school building is characterized by an angular plan similar to a triangle while its cross section is simple. The sports building presents a rectangular plan while the shape of its emergences is complex. Both buildings are bound by this inverted formal relation. The new constructions resort to modest constructive methods. Their structure is essentially realized by reinforced concrete with the exception of wooden skeleton of the sports buildings roof. The envelope of the buildings, roofs and facades, are made of raw brushed aluminum. The materials are left raw and express a strong and robust materiality, both inside and outside.
▼体育楼的屋顶使用了木制骨架，a wooden skeleton was used in the sports buildings roof
▼地下一层平面图，plan level -1
▼首层平面图，plan level 0
▼二层平面图，plan level 1
▼教学楼剖面及立面图，section and elevation of the school building
▼体育楼剖面及立面图，section and elevation of the gymnasium building
Centre d’enseignement postobligatoire, Nyon
2008 – 2017
Ville de Nyon
Sergio Jardon, Jon Onandia, Rafael Montenegro, Alexandre Gilberto, Marc Haller, Luis Amella, Hugo Duarte, Camille Mansuelle, Anne Krins, Philippe Antognini, David Milione, Marilyne Perrier, Guillaume Vanneste, Samir Zid
Type de travail
Concours SIA 142, 1er prix
Mandat d’architecte complet SIA 102
Surface de plancher totale 16’784m2
Volume (sia 416) 71’102m3
Crédit photos ©Thomas Jantscher