Glass building as a framework for Hillerød Lilleskole
Uninsulated glass building integrated into building stock
Asymmetrical gable roof
Roof pitch: 20°
Glass building provides well-being and outdoor play all year round
Hillerød Lilleskole is an institution that has always put children’s well-being at the center. As part of their efforts to ensure that children thrive both physically and mentally, the school has decided to build a glass building that will provide children with a protected area against the elements.
The glass building is an innovative design that creates an open and inviting environment for children to play in while also protecting them from the weather outside. The building is built on a large open space, and its open design creates a sense of spaciousness and freedom that will appeal to children.
One of the most important features of the glass building is its large windows, which provide children with a fantastic view of the surrounding nature. Children can enjoy the view of trees and plants while playing in a safe and protected environment. The building is also equipped with play equipment and activities designed to encourage children’s creativity and imagination.
The building is an excellent example of how architecture can create a space that takes into account both functionality and aesthetics. The open design and use of glass create a sense of spaciousness and freedom while also protecting children from the elements.
Overall, the glass building at Hillerød Lilleskole is a fantastic addition to the school’s facilities. Children can now play and explore in a safe and protected environment while maintaining a strong connection to the natural world. The building is an example of how architecture can promote children’s well-being and health.
Area: 417 m² (22,3 × 18,7 m)
Developer: Business customer
Construction and assembly: Drivadan A/S