泰国：panyaden school 竹建筑
Panyaden School, located in the lush forests of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, educates its multicultural students through a bilingual curriculum that blends Buddhist principles with ecological sensitivity, teaching not only classical subjects but also social and humanistic themes to help children live a well-rounded and happy life.
Designed by 24H Architects in the Netherlands, the campus appears to be built under a set of giant fallen leaves, with local natural materials and Labour to create a sustainable and comfortable low-impact facility.
A large number of bamboo poles of different sizes are used as pillars and constitute the entire roof structure through an interesting interweaving of structurally sound geometries anchored to the large rock base on the ground.
The dense earth walls are dotted with bottles, delineating classrooms filled with natural light, and all rooms are suspended with large canopies to create a cool, airy and comfortable learning environment.
The palette of organic shapes and materials allows children and teachers to get closer to nature in a peaceful atmosphere surrounded by rice fields. The site is equipped with equipment to collect and recycle waste water, grow its own crops, and produce biogas.