CAMPUS PARK : Across the campus
The typical image of a school is a space where students are
educated with new knowledge(by their professors), share that knowledge with each other, and develop it into better ideas.
However, the person who gives new knowledge does not necessarily need to be a professor, nor does the person who shares ideas necessarily has to be from school.
For example, talking to passersby on the street(which is the outside of school) and getting variety of ideas. It’s certainly a different story from what you get from conversations between students and professors in school, and maybe it can even be a better inspiration.
However, we can’t always talk to everyone walking around the streets, and we cannot be sure if all the conversations we’ve had with them can be helpful in our thoughts.
So, we believe that anyone who wanted to share architectural ideas should be able to communicate with students on campus, which would be the best way to educate students not only to expose them to more diverse ideas, but also to provide architectural growth.
In order to attract outsiders and give easy access to the site, we have combined the park with the school.
It provides a community park where anyone interested in architecture can enter the campus, meet students, and communicate with each other based on their architectural ideas.
Just as the former Bauhaus provided a space for anyone(even if the person is non-professional) to share and learn each other’s knowledge and to become an exclusive and creative artist if they were interested in art and crafts.
In this project, the Bauhaus’s ideology and educational methods, what we thought was right at the time, will be combined into what we think is the 2021 method of education. With this, we would like to present a school where students can be educated in various ways.
SITE PLAN (SCALE 1:1000)
Building area : 3,050 ㎡
Total floor area : 4,050 ㎡
Number of stories : 2
Program area :
Classes, Workshops – 1,650 ㎡
Auditorium, Cafeteria – 400 ㎡
Dorms – 1,000 ㎡
Exhibition space -1,000 ㎡
Class & Workshop
1. Classes 2. Personal Workshops
3. Painting Area 4. Modeling Studio
5. Oven Area 6. Graphic Studio
7. Courty Yard
Auditorium & Cafeteria
8. Terraced Auditorium
9. Cafeteria, Kitchen
10. Guest rooms ( 8 single rooms )
11. Students dorms ( 21 double rooms )
12. Play Ground 13. Outdoor Audience
14. Exhibition Pavilion 15. Public Park
16. Student Tennis Court 17. Forum
18. Walking trails
1. Mass of single story building blocks filled with building area
2. Mass deformation through main entrance setting and formation of student space inside mass
3. Dormitory space is formed in a private space outside the mass
4. Park is located close to the station for easy access to outsiders and walkways are linked to the exhibition hall
Pictures of the Bauhaus exhibition park
(marking red in isomatric)
You can divide the space into groups of at least 5 to 20 people as needed.
1. One class module
2. Flexible wall
3. Module transform
Students with the same interests can group up and organize their own space for the number of people.
1. Large Workshop
2. Flexible wall
3. Small Workshop
Auditorium / Cafeteria
1. In daily life, it acts as a hall where students can take a break freely.
2. It acts as an auditorium when giving student presentations and in-school lectures.
3. Biannual exhibition held a large space is formed by expanding the external space so that outsiders and students can use it together.
1. Usual Exhibition
2. Biannual Exhibition
1. Between the dorms and cafeteria