Good educational buildings should be instrumental in creating a secure setting for the well-being, learning and development of children and youths. The new framework at St. Magleby School helps enhance the entire school’s educational environment.
Project: St. Magleby Skole, Dragør
Role: Architect and landscape architect
Size: DKK 36 million
Location: St. Magleby
Client: Dragør Municipality
Lead architect: Mads Stenbæk Jakobsen
The project comprises rebuilding and additions, as well as energy refurbishment at St. Magleby School as part of the implementation of a new school structure.
The additions total approx. 1,450 m² and comprise 16 new classrooms and associated common areas. In addition, the project comprises the rebuilding of large parts of the existing school, including further development and user dialogue where corridors are incorporated into classroom areas. Common areas, staff rooms, toilets, cloakroom areas and the after-school care facility have also been rebuilt.
New bicycle parking and a playground were established as part of the project. Sweco Architects is also responsible for implementing a long-term master plan for all of the school’s outdoor areas, including the establishment of new arrival and parking areas, a safe way between the after-school care facility and the school via a Tarzan course, the enlargement of sports areas with space for street sports and parkour, as well as a common stage and lounge area.