Sufficient daylight is critical to health and learning alike.
With 64 million European children spending more time at school than anywhere else other than their own home, designing schools with daylight in mind is key.
More and more architects are using skylights and windows in school design to support great learning outcomes.
In this collection of case studies, you will see 8 examples of how you can design with daylight to inspire learning:
- Collège Tomi Ungerer, Dettwiller, France
- Trumpington Community College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
- St. Francis Primary School, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
- Brede School de Egelantier, De Zilk, Netherlands
- Rivers International School, Arnhem, Netherlands
- Roskilde Katedralskole, Roskilde, Denmark
- Drømmebakken Kindergarten, Aarup, Denmark
- Hessenwaldschule, Weiterstadt, Germany