The building has an interesting structure: the facades on the outside are a combination of laconic finishes: painting the facade, wooden planken and vertical sun protection elements. The plastic of the facade is complemented by open areas on 2 floors with green spaces. The tree on the façade emphasizes the natural orientation of architecture, a balanced attitude towards ecology as an element of education; the painted facade, as a finish, fits well with the concept of a typical educational institution.
The courtyard has a visual advantage, due to the large glazed entrance group and corridors - the courtyard has a multi-colored decorative finish: a visual accent, sun protection and zoning of spaces.
Bright colors transform the space, expanding it, creating a place for learning and communication. The light, the colors, the materials used and the routes of movement create micro events for which there is no repetition. The spatial volumes of the building have unique facade solutions with a typical structural scheme of the building. Rich green spaces are perceived as a natural extension of forests and hills.
The IK-architects team proposes a rethinking of the recreational function, which is designed not only to combine functional elements, but also aims to create a public multifunctional space within the educational institution: an open space for communication, a cafeteria area, a reading room with workspaces, an amphitheater for open lectures, meeting place, school performances, views of the courtyards - elements of visual corridors for a combination of indoor and outdoor spaces.