We're invited to participate in designing the interior of the new Aarhus School of Architecture

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We're invited to participate in designing the interior of the new Aarhus School of Architecture

Rosan Bosch Studio, together with three other architect and design teams, has been chosen to prepare a presentation for the interior design of the new 13,000 sqm Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark, to be completed by 2020. "The optimization of the creative workflow is our key focus. The creative building solutions of the future will be created by, among others, the students of this school. Therefore, we need to create surroundings that will be the driver for creativity. Our experience in working with strategic design and how we as people develop ourselves and how the interior facilitates this development is where our core competencies lie," says Rosan Bosch.

The four teams participate in a ‘parallel assignment’, which is an open process. Kristine Leth Juul, Vice Principal at Aarhus School of Architecture, explains, "We do not want to find one solution that can be used anywhere in the building – we hope to end up with diverse proposals of building-integrated design, which can reflect who we are and how we work."

 

We're invited to participate in designing the interior of the new Aarhus School of Architecture

Rosan Bosch Studio, together with three other architect and design teams, has been chosen to prepare a presentation for the interior design of the new 13,000 sqm Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark, to be completed by 2020. "The optimization of the creative workflow is our key focus. The creative building solutions of the future will be created by, among others, the students of this school. Therefore, we need to create surroundings that will be the driver for creativity. Our experience in working with strategic design and how we as people develop ourselves and how the interior facilitates this development is where our core competencies lie," says Rosan Bosch.

The four teams participate in a ‘parallel assignment’, which is an open process. Kristine Leth Juul, Vice Principal at Aarhus School of Architecture, explains, "We do not want to find one solution that can be used anywhere in the building – we hope to end up with diverse proposals of building-integrated design, which can reflect who we are and how we work."