The campus garden serves as a learning area, featuring a wireless network, green islands and concrete furniture. Fruit trees with white flowers celebrate the graduation in the end of May.The street side facade is broken up in smaller volumes to relate to the scale of the surrounding villas. The warm tone of the wooden surfaces is reminiscent of early 20th century school buildings.
A cast-on-site concrete stair topped by a large conical top light forms the focal point in the central lobby space. This space forms the heart of the building, both spatially and functionally. While providing the typical functions of entrance and staircase, it also acts as a space where pupils can meet up when not following lessons.A small mediatheaque and a café in the southern wing open up towards the central lobby. The class rooms are reduced in their material palette into industrial IT-workshops.