© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

KB Primary and Secondary School // HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

Sasebo, Japan

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“Primary and Secondary School Makes Free and Active Learning”A closed public secondary school was renovated as a private primary and secondary school. Now in Japan many schools are getting old and it’s time to renovate or rebuild. In addition, new style and approach of modern education such as “ICT education” and “active learning” are required for students’ experiential and interactive leaning.

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

In these situations, we realized school renovation for low cost by designing all school furniture newly which makes students learn actively collaborating with in reusing the frame.

For example, in the art room there are trapezoid tables and chairs, whose layout can be changed easily in adjusting to the content of art activity and the number of students.

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

© HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro

In the active learning room, there are comma-shaped tables and movable chairs with casters, where students can discuss actively by making different sizes of groups and moving freely. Also, wood used for most of furniture including homeroom’s table and chair, is only natural material, so students can learn how the wood gets aged and how to take good care of things.Through designing totally including furniture as well as interior, this school were born again for students to have a lot of experiences and learnings in accordance with the modern education. Credits:- HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro + KIDS DESIGN LABO – CEO & Chairman – Taku Hibino.

KB Primary and Secondary School Gallery

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