The A. P. Møller School is situated at a scenic site in Schleswig and has been designed on the basis of a clear and simple fundamental concept. The building is structured around two large, central spatial elements, one containing common areas with a canteen, reception hall and knowledge centre on three storeys, and the other being a larger sports and multi-purpose hall with three arenas. A large, sloping copper roof connects these two spatial elements, with the masonry being built with yellow bricks. The school’s physical location and design take a point of departure in the site’s interaction with the town of Schleswig and Slien Fjord, as well as in the desire to create timeless architecture.The A. P. Møller School is a new Danish co-educational school for the Danish School Association of Southern Schleswig. The school includes students up through the final year of upper secondary school.