Gallery: Gorgeous Green-Roofed Marcel Sembat School Completed in France

 
Architecture firm Archi5 opted to connect the buildings by a bridge and update the school's six workshop buildings, all of which were built between 1930 and 1960.

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  1. msyin August 4, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Beautiful design that really does integrate the buildings with the surrounding landscape. It would be nice to know what other green techniques were used besides the green roof.

    How are the heating,cooling, lighting, the building. Have they reduced their energy consumption and do they have any everyday green initiatives that the kids use on a daily basis?

    It does look like a nice place to go to learn and grow.

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