This Architecture school located near Umeå River Sweden. This modern building designed artistically with its interior in open plan floor space and staircase which shaped sculpturally. This building main function is to give innovation, inspiration for the student that will be a future architect. The exterior of this building construct in cube architecture using larch facade and square windows placed sequentially on all sides. Umeå School of Architecture interior room design with dynamic range of stairs and split. Open plan floor constructed abstract, white box hang in the ceiling to filter sun through the high skylights.
One of the key objectives has been to create a bright and open study environment where everyone is part of the same room – only separated by the split levels and glass walls of the teaching rooms. This design supports the opportunities for mutual inspiration and the close exchange of knowledge and ideas. In contrast to the dynamic atrium, the drawing rooms placed along the facades of the building in a strict and regular sequence of columns and beams have a simple and rational design. The varied pattern of windows not only creates a strong visual effect – it also generously lets the light flow into the building and offers a breathtaking view of the river.
The main objective of this architecture school is open and bright study environtment where every person in the part of the same room and only separated by level divider and teaching rooms glass walls. This design give opportunities for exchange inspiration, knowledge, and ideas together. Different from the other atrium, the drawing rooms located along the facades of the building in a exact and typical sequence of columns and beams in a simple and rational design. Varied model of windows not only make a strong visual effect, it also make the light flow into the building and give a beautiful view of the Umeå river.
The School of Architecture will form part of the new Arts Campus at Umeå University, which will also comprise the new Academy of Fine Arts and Art Museum – both designed by Henning Larsen Architects.
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