In Kolkata, India, the existing basketball courts of a girls’ high school has been transformed into this 6-storey co-ed international school. Situated at a congested traffic intersection, the prevalence of noise and air pollution prevented the design from being freely opened up towards the urban environment.

Modern High School International in Kolkata was designed with large windows and voids that brought daylight into the spaces

This proved to be a key challenge to be resolved in order to create a conducive learning environment. Another challenge was the site’s rectilinear shape and ‘confined’ location, within which the architects felt compelled to “introduce spatial variety with a three-dimensional quality”, as stated by principal Kevin ...


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