Bold blocks of colour at ground level contrast with the white upper storeys of this school in Mallorca by Spanish architects RipollTizon.
The Binissalem School Complex combines both a primary and a secondary school and comprises a single building made up of overlapping volumes and recessed openings.
RipollTizon explains that the building was designed to reference the different scales of its neighbours: “From the beginning, our intent was to develop the project as a dialogue, on different scales, between the school and its surroundings.”
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