Pedagogically effective architecture
Sustainable wood school building for independent and social learning
The Schmuttertal-Gymnasium in Diedorf, 8 kilometres in the west of the Bavarian city Augsburg (Germany), is a model school, a nationwide unique lighthouse project. Around 1,000 schoolchildren learn here according to innovative concepts in a healthy, meaningful environment. Open learning landscapes with a variety of usable spaces enable individual learning and teaching, and thanks to the modular wooden construction, the school family can also react flexibly to educational developments in the future. The architecture not only meets the latest pedagogical but also the strictest building ecological standards and also produces energy beyond its own needs. And all with the highest design quality.