PLH was awarded 1st prize in competition for the expansion of Gribskov Gymnasium, a high school in North Zealand. Together with the existing building, the expansion resulted in a coherent and cohesive educational facility, both functionally as well as architecturally. The building is designed in two stories and merges with existing building structures to create a new, distinctive main entrance.
The project includes two new wings of classrooms: a creative wing with classrooms for art and music faces north, whilst sciences are gathered in the west wing. The two wings meet in a double-height, sky-lit common area. The social studies and humanities departments are now consolidated in the existing building. A new area for faculty is centrally located in a building that links the two wings and opens to a courtyard.
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