This design’s keywords are the history of the Bauhaus, the deconstruction of classroom design, the typological research of communication modes, and public participation guidance. Starting from the Bauhaus school history, our team studied seven types of non-traditional subjects: architecture, textiles, ceramics, murals, stage, metal, photography, and 18 spatial prototypes of communication spaces from previous to the present. The building uses the first floor to be overhead, and the second floor places classrooms in chronological order to attract people to discover and participate. The second floor is thickened to accommodate more communication spaces and classrooms, and the basic types of communication are arranged homogeneously with dormitory space. Therefore, a historically accumulated campus with new-style classrooms and various communication spaces that encourage students and the public to participate has been created.
This project was awarded an Honorable Mention by the jury of the Bauhaus Campus 2021 competition. Registration ID #2337
University of Liverpool
Qingdao University of Technology
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