The end of compartmentalisation in school environments

According to architects BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), the design for WeGrow — the first school of office-sharing brand WeWork — seeks to ‘undo the compartmentalisation often found in traditional school environments and reinforces the significance of engaging kids in an interactive environment.’

end of compartmentalisation in school environments

Modular classrooms, tree houses, and a vertical farm have been designed by BIG to promote an inclusive and collaborative learning environment.

end of compartmentalisation in school environments

Acoustic clouds, natural materials, and neutral colours hope to create a calm setting focused study.

This first WeGrow is located in New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood and will welcome children ages 3 through 9, adding ages 2 and older next year.

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