If all schools and college campuses look like the same, attendances will have little inspiration to come to learning premise each day. People are wondering if the inside inferior plays an important role in school design or not. In fact, there is no reasons why the school campuses should always be boring and bland all the time. As a matter of fact, there are a number of incredible campus building designs may be the creative and artistic inspirations for all generations of students. Whether it comes to floating school in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam to cave school in China or underground school in Northern Virginia, these excellent design schools can amaze any people in the world.
Cave school, Ziyun, China
Dong Zhong primary school, meaning “mid cave” in English, is an incredible school located in a huge naturally formed cave in a mountain in Guizhou province, China.
Monolithic Dome School, Arizona, USA
The school looks like a building for clients. Named as “frontier elementary school”, the structure features a monolithic dome.
Shipping container school, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The little beautiful kindergarten Daltonschool De kleine kapitein in Amsterdam is an inspiration for every attendee when they are finished in 2009.
Green Roof Art School in Singapore
The School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore features amazing green roofs. From a distance, it is hard to recognize a 5-storey building.
Oppenheim’s Miami-Dade College Campus, Miami
Designed by Oppenheim Architects, the Miami-Dade College on Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami has unusual shape with grass corridor inside. The college will be completed in 2012.
Orestad, Copenhagen, Denmark
Orestad College is a special upper secondary school in Copenhagen. The school features modern design with colorful transparent glass. The interior is designed with swirling staircases and lounge with big orange pillows.
Underground School, Northern Virginia, USA
The Terraset elementary school in Reston is a vivid example of an underground school on Earth. The design is set on an area of 14 wooded spot and prompted by the energy crisis in the 1970s.
Floating School, Halong bay, Vietnam
There is a Fishing Village in Ha Long Bay – the tourist destination in Vietnam – where people live in non-solid ground in a coastline of 2,000 islands. Children at the unique village go to the floating schools by school boats everyday.
Arcadia University’s Grey Towers Castle, Glenside, Pennsylvania
The Grey Towers Castle of Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania started to be built in 1893 but only turned into a university in 1929. Rumors have been flying that there are underground tunnels connected all the buildings inside the premise.
Modern High School #9 in Central LA
The look-like art museum building is actually a public high school in Central Los Angeles.
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