Outdoor School

Axonometric of the building with outdoor classrooms.
The Outdoor School is the name of a school complex located in the city of Amsterdam Netherlands. It was designed and built by the architect Jan Duiker and Bernard Bijvoet progressively between 1926 and 1930.
Appearance of an indoor classroom in 1930.
The preparatory work of Jan Duiker and Bernard Bijvoet for the construction of buildings began long before he knew what would be the site of implant, seeking a solution that would express the aspirations of Duiker for a healthier society. This series comprede the teaching building itself and a block access occupational comprehending a workshop, 2 houses and a garage for bicycles. The building came to make up to 6 drafts, which are increasingly more refined form and resulted in a more stylized structure, and the access other 4 proposals. It was thought that its implementation would be perfect in the countryside, but after several disputes with the city only managed, client and architects, who provided them with a solar city.
Teaching Building View zoma terminated by the stairs (1930)
Teaching Building
The teaching building has four floors above ground, terrace and cellar. The ground floor is occupied by the lobby and the gym. The following plants are occupied by classrooms, a closed and brilliantly lighted by large windows and other outside to get the maximum solar radiation, then we must not forget that the best therapy was considered along with the fresh air of forests to combat lung disease. .
The combination of large flat white enclosure with glazing and cantilevered slabs will become a precedent for white architecture by Richard Meier. .
The large terrace that covers the building can be regarded also as a foretaste of Maravillas College Gymnasium, Madrid, Alejandro de la Sota
Following the principles of the modular architecture by Le Corbusier as disseminated through the CIAM, the entire floor of the building is generated from a grid of 3 x 3 meters. The structure is reinforced concrete girders in crosslinked with, some in a stylish cantilever, which rest on pillars every 9 meters. It was completed in 1930.
Entrance Pavilion
It is a three storey building, with the administration and management, housing for caretakers and a workshop for occupational therapy in a body that will accentuate the ethereal flown from teaching building overhangs, which are rotated about the 45th second.
The building continued in use, now surrounded by other buildings are residential.
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