The American School of Paris, an international PK–12 school serving 800 students on a 4-hectare (10-acre) campus, invited Flansburgh Architects and three other internationally renowned architects to participate in a Campus Development Design Competition in the Fall of 2012. Our vision would transform the existing campus into a 21st-century collaborative, interdisciplinary learning environment. Through the addition of new classroom buildings and renovating the existing space, our proposal would create a school identity celebrating visible learning and fostering a strong sense of community.
|Design for New Combined PK–12 Facility
|American School of Paris
|4 hectares (10 acres)
|David Croteau, Principal-in-Charge