It is commonly understood that school buildings house complex systems.
From the kindergarten to the university faculty, the journey through the
levels of learning consists of an accumulation of vital experiences
arising from the interaction between these systems. The educational
function now builds its environments with new paradigms that reflect and
respond to an increasingly diverse and complex social agenda. Javier
Mozas analyses these new educational models in this third instalment of
the “Complex Buildings” series, which also includes recent projects by
C.F. Møller, NL Architects, Aleph Zero, OMA, Gigon/Guyer, Studio
Velocity, and COBE Architects.