By: Sjaak Kempe
Hogeland College in Warffum, The Netherlands is a new complex by ADP Architects. The building is designed explicitly after a Berlange-desidnged town hall in the neighboring town. The building is naturally colored to reflect the color of the yellow clay local soil so that is blends with the landscape. The sloping roofs and building shape is modeled after the local vernacular and the structure connects to open fields by low brick walls. The interior classrooms and functional rooms are open and airy, separated by glass plate walls and feature high, sloping ceilings. The interior is completely flexible to allow for maximum use of the space.
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