As we’re education students in this era called “the Information Age”’, we need to be considerate to the lightning-pace of modern markets. We need to armor our students with the right tools in order to simply keep up. The theory of the 21st century learning skills are divided into 12 skills, with all one quality in common – internet. Skærbæk Skole in Denmark is designed in consideration of these different skills, divided into the three categories; 1) Learning skills, 2) Literacy skills and 3) Life skills.
Photographer: Thomas Illemann
Skærbæk Skole is a 6000 square meter big school, designed with focus on a healthy student life. The school will house around 575 students from 6 to 15 years old. It’s a 2-story building with an observatory available for the public. There’ll be two buildings connected with a square creating a natural meeting spot for everyone.
The school is beautifully located between the sea Vadehavet and the urban city, and besides the modern bright classrooms, the school also has learning spaces outdoors. A modern education is connected to exercise, and also to nature. Skærbæk Skole is designed to give students the best prerequisites for modern learning.
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Architect: Friis & Molke
SAPA Customer: Ejnar Christiansen Sølsted A/S
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