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Every learning life is an unrepeatable memory, and each memory has a unique segment that is specific to a particular campus. Or the spring breeze between the courtyard, or under the eaves of summer cicadas singing, or the playground edge during the refreshing autumn, or winter snow flipping on the roof, our memory comes from the place which continuously feeds minds. They grow forever, but they do not repeat themselves. They try to stack up these memories, which are the real appearance of a campus.
▼下沉庭院仰视，sunken courtyard upward view ©章勇
Creating an Open and Vibrant Campus
The project of “the Affiliated School of the College of Education, Zhejiang University” is planned to be a middle school of 36 classes, which is located near Zhijiang Bridge, Binjiang District, Hangzhou. The urban Spaces surrounding the project are dense and homogeneous, and the architects wanted the school to become a vibrant oasis in a modern concrete forest, which is not only a place of learning but also an active community learning centre.
▼校园主入口，main entrance of school ©章勇
▼教学楼组群，teaching building group ©章勇
To integrate “sunshine, green ground and space” into the campus to the maximum extent, the building itself becomes the link between various functions and areas of the school by means of stilt, interspersing, overlapping, staggered and roof garden.
▼形体生成，form generating ©UAD
▼连续的屋顶平台，continuous roof terrace ©UAD
The multi-elevation roof terrace is also endowed with different functions and teaching significance, which also enriches the fifth facade of the campus vertically.
▼校园全景，school panorama ©章勇
Maximizing the Free Bottom Space
Free and flexible building functional layout gives new possibilities to the use methods of the building and streamlined organization. The interaction of teaching participants not only exists in the classroom, but also lives in every corner of the campus space. The design stilts the entire ground floor of the core teaching area, consisting only of a guided vertical transportation space and three lecture halls of different sizes.
▼一体化的室内外空间，integrated interior space ©章勇
▼架空层让学生室外活动变得风雨无阻，the stilt floor allows students to play outside regardless of weather ©章勇
▼沿东侧运动场穿插的三个报告厅，three interspersed lecture halls alongside the east playground ©章勇
▼中报告厅，medium lecture hall ©章勇
▼小报告厅，small lecture hall ©章勇
The weather-resistant walking space combined with landscape resources at the distance of fingertips forms an open park suitable for students’ activities. The volume of each functional building is stacked from the second floor and floats on the park, reducing the bulkiness and looking lively and attractive.
▼漂浮的校园建筑，floating campus building ©章勇
Creating Accidental Walking Paths
▼下沉庭院，sunken courtyard ©章勇
▼架空层，stilt floor ©章勇
Learning requires sufficient communication and a large amount of communication space. The occurrence of communication often has a great chance, and the path of traditional campus learning life is generally fixed. Even if several entertaining areas are set up on the way, it becomes muscle memory over time. As a result, the sense of freshness is lost. Contact and interaction with nature environment are the most essential topics in modern campus outdoor activities. Therefore, the architect has set up three different courtyard spaces for the campus: a sunken courtyard, a ground enclosed courtyard and a roof garden. The intersection of different space walking routes at varying nodes will create a steady stream of communication opportunities. Occasional communication occurs and resonates in a continuous campus space, making the campus full of fun and vitality.、
▼教学楼庭院，courtyard of teaching building ©章勇
▼二层活动平台，the activity platform of the second floor ©章勇
Mobile Campus Complex
Through the design process, based on the importance of the type of interaction and the frequency of use, the design organizes the campus into three different open levels, which is connected organically by a campus “shared vitality axis”, which breaks the isolation of functional units in traditional campus.
▼总平面图，site plan ©UAD
As the most basic unit in the school building, the ordinary classrooms are the students longest daily stay and the most frequently used space. They are placed on the west side of the vitality axis, which is the quietest and most convenient transportation inside the school.
▼西侧教学内院，west teaching inner courtyard ©章勇
▼西侧教学内院，west teaching inner courtyard ©章勇
Auxiliary rooms like specialized classrooms, libraries and lecture halls are located on the east side of the axis of vitality and maintain close connections with ordinary classrooms, and these closely connected parts are the best place for individual or group informal learning.
▼东侧建筑组合关系，east building combination relationship ©章勇
▼共享大厅一层，the first floor of the shared hall ©章勇
▼共享大厅二层，the second floor of the shared hall ©章勇
▼五层共享空间，the fifth floor of shared space ©章勇
▼开放的校园共享活力轴与城市充分互动，the open campus shares the vitality of the axis and fully interacts with the city ©章勇
Auxiliary activity space is the most public, such as the canteen, indoor sports arena and teacher’s office, which are located at the north and south ends of school with convenient transportation and also acts as a shield for the core classroom area.
▼南侧主入口广场，south main entrance square ©章勇
▼北侧食堂与风雨操场，north canteen and indoor sports arena ©章勇
Dancing Leaping Facade
The main body of the building is continuously stitched with light white gray imitation ceramic aluminium plates, which highlights the overall sense of horizontal flow. The outer porch is partially open, and multi-angled gray perforated aluminum plates are staggered between the layers, dotted with a little red, which adds rhythmic dynamics to the facade effect.
▼南向教学楼立面，the south elevation of teaching building ©章勇
Through the contrast of light and dark and detailed treatment, it reflects the brief and vivid architectural combinations. During the multi-level and multi-dimensional stereoscopic landscape, it gives the new era architectural characteristics in harmony with the intelligent new city of Hangzhou Binjiang District.
▼流动的形体组合，administration building elevation part ©章勇
▼共享大厅采光顶，daylighting roof of shared hall ©章勇
With the green-toned ceiling and fair-faced concrete columns, the stilt floor is the continuous space of the outdoor landscape, which can eliminate the nervousness of the students, activate the atmosphere of the space, and promote the physical and mental development of the students.
▼入口架空层，stilt floor of entrance ©章勇
▼明亮的架空层，bright stilt floor ©章勇
▼架空层与下沉庭院，stilt floor and sunken courtyard ©章勇
In recent years, participants in the education industry have finally got tired of the status quo of “uniform schools”. In the meanwhile, they are concerned that the internal space of school buildings is influencing the progress of teaching models. Similarly, not only do architects pay attention to the beauty of the educational buildings in the architectural sense, but also they gradually start to think about the same question.
▼华灯初上的教学楼恢复了宁静，the teaching building is restored to quiet when the lights come on ©章勇
As every city has its own history, every school expects to have its own cultural heritage. Therefore, the designer of educational architecture should have the responsibility to create, guide and change from passive to active. It is not only related to students’ knowledge acquisition, physical and mental development, but also related to the promotion of the education model in the whole society.
▼地下一层平面图，basement floor plan ©UAD
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan ©UAD
▼剖立面图，sectional elevations ©UAD
Project name: The Affiliated School of the College of Education, Zhejiang University
Design: The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Co, Ltd (UAD)
Design year: 2015.Jul – 2016.May
Completion Year: 2016.Nov – 2018.Aug
Gross Built Area (square meters): 56585
Ground Floor Area (square meters): 29177
Photo Credits: Yong Zhang
Clients: Hangzhou Binjiang District Education Bureau
Brands / Products Used in the Project: Aluminum plate, fair-faced concrete, smooth stone, colorful real stone paint
Lead Architect: Xuzhuang Fan
Architecture Design Team: Hao Wang, Bing Chen and Xiaobing Cai
Structural Design Team: Jin Shen, Zhenfen Jin, Dan Hua, Wenhao Ni and Gang Chen
Electromechanical Design Team: Ji Chen, Guoxing Zheng, Xiaodong Ren, Li Ding, Guozhong Yang, Lei Wang, Minjie Ye, Peiju Liu, Dengfeng Sun and Qinpeng Huang
Interior Design Team: Jingyuan Li, Ning Tian, Xu Hu, Guancui Wang, Yuxiong Chen and Ci Zhang
Landscape Design Team: Shuangyan Liu, Jina Wu, Beibei Zhang and Wenjiang Li
Curtain Wall Design Team: Qi’an Bai, Hao Jiang and Shaobo Ji