April 8, 2015

We’re fascinated by Rosan Bosch’s pedagogy inspired design for a series of three schools in Stockholm, Sweden. The Swedish free school Vittra promotes child-led learning, where students are encouraged to grow and explore academically and intellectually outside of traditional classroom settings. Bosch’s design facilitates this by moving beyond rows of desks facing an authoritarian teacher, and instead uses custom furnishings to delineate organically shaped “learning zones” for group lessons and small, cozy nooks for individual study. Visit Bosch’s website to learn more about this fascinating project and see photos of all three schools.