The project which is called The Branson School Student Commons which is based in Ross, California, is completed designed by the Turnbull Griffin Haesloop. This project is an independent high school which is occupying for about seventeen acres of the hilly terrain in the residential community which is located in Ross, California, just north of San Francisco. This project is covers an area for about 7,550 square foot and precisely located in a narrow glen in the center of the campus, along the pedestrian path between the upper and the lower campuses.
The central gable and the large window wall is located to the front onto an inviting terrace and it is lawn while the flaking support the wings, sheltered under the green roofs and it is connect to the adjacent hillsides with the board-shaped concrete walls. This project is sited to take the advantage of the sunny southern exposure. The new building is features large overhead doors which is open onto a generous plaza for dining, meeting and outdoor learning. The Student of Commons are serves as the heart of the campus activity, it is by providing the spaces for gathering and socializing throughout the day. Which is features by the many sustainable strategies, which is including a living roof, radiant heating, natural ventilation, photovoltaic panels and pervious paving, the building is LEED Platinum certified.
Visit the Turnbull Griffin Haesloop website – here.
Photography by David Wakely