School a Strega, Corsica by Amelia Tavella Architects

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/ab/abcee955989a4f78d23646d407256f33.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" />This project is slipping, in its streamlined shape, on a vast blank ground between two century-old oaks. The first of these oaks, marking the entrance, could be a living picture setting the scene through the large window of the restaurant, while the second oak could be the inhabited tree of the playground. 
Former equestrian area of the remote village of Sainte-Marie-Sicche, the project for a school in strega aims being a harmonious and a manifest integration on a meadow invaded by ferns and trees. Real oppidum facing a large landscape, the project stands up for the vegetal world. Wood, omnipresent in this context, offers the building the opportunity to live in real symbiosis with the nature. Proposing a delicate implementation, this natural material is above all the synonymous of comfort. It is a choice in total adequacy with a program for young kids. Pine cleats, placed vertically, create a natural that deploys along the facades, alternating solids and gaps, and propos...

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