The new Public School and Primary (CEIP) Roldan looks to the naked eye like an extreme miniature golf course, completely wrapped in Astroturf. The delightfully playful green carpet stretches up the walls and onto the angular roof, like a tenacious, climbing ivy. Situated on the plain of Campo de Cartagena, in southern Spain, the school will operate with the ideal of teaching from nature. The brainchild of Spanish based architecture firm Estudio Huma recently completed this extraordinary creative project. Within the grounds of the school, Huma also created a residential complex geared up to handle a the demands of a population influx.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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