Flexible Building Extension of All-Day School by Adding a Storey Using the Modular Construction Method
The Peter Alois Grimm School (PAGS) in Külsheim teaches according to the "House of Learning" teaching model of the Swiss reform pedagogue Peter Fratton. In the course of developing the school's concept, it was decided to switch to all-day operation, which meant that more space was needed in the immediate vicinity of the existing school building at short notice.
SÄBU Morsbach GmbH was able to convince with the modular construction method and was awarded the contract to build a large bright refectory with additional teaching rooms. Already during the planning and structural design of the single-storey 400 m² school building, a possible later building extension was taken into account in order to be able to react quickly and flexibly to increasing space requirements in the future.
The fresh colour concept with warm red, yellow and orange tones radiates positivity and promotes good learning behaviour and positive interaction.
In the process, all materials used for the previous new building were dismantled, reused in the later construction process in a resource-saving manner, adapted in terms of design and executed in accordance with the ground floor.