FACILITIES THAT PROMPT CREATIVITY

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School facilities have a strong influence on a child´s educational development. Classrooms and other school facilities are supposed to prompt curiosity in children and challenge them to understand the world in a more logical and creative way.

At Red House, curiosity is always welcome, encouraged and recognized. With structures and patterns observed in nature as inspiration, we built spaces that respect and favor experiences for children of all ages.

The facilities of the two campuses were designed and carefully thought out to promote a background for challenges, experiences and creativity, contributing to a better student development.

Campus Pacaembu

Campus Pacaembu was intended to awaken autonomy in students in early childhood, providing a friendly site that prioritizes the safety levels required for this age group. The garden is an invitation to interact with nature. There is also a playground with equipment specially developed for early childhood education and a landscape structure conducive to childhood exploration and development.

Campus Higienópolis

On Campus Higienópolis there are new possibilities for Elementary School students, a group that require more space. The new campus site has a modern Maker Space comprised of a science lab, a library, an art room and a music room equipped with various instruments, among other collaborative spaces that stimulate learning, along with an eatery designed for healthy habits and social life building.

The new site blends tradition and modernity at a fully restored centennial facility, listed by the Municipal Council for Preservation of Historic, Cultural and Environmental Heritage in the City of Sao Paulo. The same applies to classrooms, equipped with state-of-the-art devices and chalkboards. Innovation is ubiquitous in the school, but traditional old elements grant a special charm to some details, such as hardwood doors and windows from the original construction and ninetieth century hydraulic tiles. The new campus also stands out due to the children’s theater, playfully decorated and with a sitting capacity for 150 people.

UBIQUITOUS INNOVATION

The contemporary architecture with more than 3,500 m2 of built area is an attraction in its own right. The new site mixes tradition and modernity with completely restored centenarian buildings listed by the Municipal Council for Preservation of Historic, Cultural and Environmental Heritage in the City of Sao Paulo. The same applies to classrooms, equipped with state-of-the-art devices and chalkboards. Innovation is ubiquitous in the school, but traditional old elements confer a special charm to some details such as, hardwood doors and windows from the original construction and ninetieth century hydraulic tiles. The new campus also stands out due to the children’s theater, playfully decorated and with a sitting capacity for 150 people.