Claude Bernard Primary School design

In this design the use of bright paint and how to use color to distinguish the inside and outside of the staircase reinforce the magical and extraordinary sense of space. These effects are complemented by the choice of very different materials glass, plexiglass, rubber flooring, glossy paint, wallboard and anodized metal, which react differently to light, creating a greater sense of space.The lighting reminiscent of ripe fruit or flowers and breaks the horizontality of the roof.Shiny and reflective materials used defy the perception of contours and shapes. The perforated walls serve as giant speakers that absorb the noise made by the boisterous young.  the architects at Brenac and Gonzalez knew exactly how to design for this kind of schools.