KHR Architecture, together with a German team, has won the task of realising a school centre for 1800 students in the town of Lehrte near Hannover.
Schulzentrum Lehrte-Süd is a large school project where KHR Architecture, together with German partners, will design and project manage a comprehensive school for 1500 students in the town of Lehrte near Hannover in Northern Germany. The project includes the preservation of an existing building and the architecture will allow some of the school's facilities to be used for external activities and events after school hours.
This is a PPP project with a 25-year term, which provides a good opportunity to prioritise long-lasting architectural and material solutions.
Space planning takes on a special significance when a new organisation is created.
In connection with the merger of three organisations into one, KHR Architecture helped EIFO with the design of a new headquarters of 10,600 sqm spread over four floors in Orienthuset in Nordhavnen, where 450 employees are now based.
The task was solved using an evidence-based approach with questionnaires and user surveys as the basis for the chosen concept and the specific interior design.
The space planning work, including the organisation of EU tenders, was carried out as part of a broader tenant consultancy by EIFO.
The name Atuarfik Inussuk refers to the man-made signposts in the landscape that have historically been used for navigation in Greenland. The ambition of the school is to create an optimal framework for learning, education and social life, so that children and young people can be shown a good path in life. The school must be open to the local community after school hours in order to create the best conditions for well-being in the local community. Malene K. Holm interviewed creative partner Janina Zerbe about the ideas behind the large new school, which will be completed next year.
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A few glimpses from a great study trip! We travelled to Venice, where we soaked up a lot of impressions in the form of design, culture and visionary ideas while walking and sailing around enchanting Venice with great colleagues.