The building is located near Mont Blanc, on the south-east side of the France-Italy border. It was built using a prefabricated building kit developed by LEAPfactory specifically for buildings used in tourism. Structures based on the same system can be assembled on site in a week and easily removed. It uses high-performance and durable materials and is completely recyclable, according to the architects. Beech wood framework supports composite sandwich panels, while exterior walls are clad with weather-proof skin of aluminium shingles.
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The schoolmeasures six-by-eight meters and can fit two rooms. The first space functions as a reception area and office, while the other one is used by the instructors to relax between lessons.
Photos by Francesco Mattuzzi