PAB Architects, green campus, Turkey, pedestrian-friendly design, Gokceada High School Campus, green campus, landscape architecture, interactive school, green architecture, inclusive spaces

The school will be constructed on an island with limited resources. In order to consolidate and preserve resources, the campus will serve multiple functions for the community. The campus will comprise a high school, vocational school, dormitory, gymnasium, library, and a conference hall. It is meant to function as an interactive learning environment with a transparent ground floor and courtyards that encourage participation and collaboration.

PAB Architects, green campus, Turkey, pedestrian-friendly design, Gokceada High School Campus, green campus, landscape architecture, interactive school, green architecture, inclusive spaces

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Walking along the front facade, pedestrians reach the campus square surrounded by the library, conference hall and indoor and outdoor sports areas easily accessible to local inhabitants. The square also leads to the meadows and hobby gardens adjacent to the outdoor recreational facilities. The design features plenty of green spaces and open glazed walls to take advantage of daylighting and encourage group interaction.

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