IES Cap Norfeu roses – the expansion of the school in Girona (Spain) – a structure in which large windows are protected by thin multi-functional panels perforated metal. The purpose of forming a new structure was the need to increase the usable area of long-standing institution.
Minimalist design of the building developed a Spanish architects from the studios Javier de las Heras Sole and Tarrus Bosch. The new wing consists of two classrooms, laboratories, teaching space and a dining room, placed in a narrow one-story structure.
A thin metal perforated performs various functions – is a filter is too bright sunlight, passing into it a necessary amount, but also protects the large windows of dynamic games of schoolchildren – blows balls and other “flying” objects.
Featuring an ultra-modern, lightweight high-tech aesthetics of the building and protects its occupants from prying eyes, which creates an additional sense of comfort in the process of familiarization training material.