School / Campus / Training Facilities
Project – IVY World Play School
Project Status – Completed in 2018
Covered Area – 13897 sqft
Location – Civil Lines, Jalandhar
“We shape our buildings and thereafter they shape us” – Winston Churchill
IDEARCH Architects Jalandhar, Punjab follows and believes in this philosophy to the core while designing it’s buildings.Serving North India for the past 20 years and more than 2 crore sq. ft. designed area,(founded in 1999) IDEARCH Architects and Designers , have to their credit the design of India’s Largest Private University LPU (Lovely Professional University), the best schools in the state undoubtedly the best interior designs for all their works.
The building resembles a sculpture, exploring the nuances of sunlight through the articulated glass . The sensitive 2-fold skin reflects the progression of light and shadow, true to the concept how unadulterated life streams into the learning environment, encouraging the children to experience the environment and learn from it. With the glass facade changing colours throughout the day, and creating it’s reflections in the same, the building presents a colorful fusion in the interiors; it invites and invigorates.
The design of the school gives the regular rectangular block a mobile geometry with the wave forms. Meticulously calculated each curve paves way for the movement of the other. The interior design does not simply utilize children’s components and forms but unifies it with environment so as to form a story which binds all the colours and patterns to the spaces so as to create and interactive, fun filled and pleasurable learning environment for young children.It infuses a substantial number of casual correspondence spaces, with the goal that kids can play, walk and meet. Enhancing the learning experience the school encourages a creative, experiential and unending learning experience with every carved space or niche. The different learning areas remain open to each other despite the fact that they are isolated by their distinctive hues and auxiliary components.