Ingunnarskoli, Reykjavik, Iceland

Overview | Site/Roof | Ground Floor | Building Section | Freedom & Creativity
Elevations | Cooperative Pod | Home Base Creative | Traditional Pod

Editor's Notes:

The red, blue and yellow diagram in the creative arts section, above right, represents the building itself as a 3-dimensioanl text book.

Bruce Jilk refers to the meandering dashed line in the lower section as a "Septa." This usage is taken from the chambered Nautilus sea shell - the chamber separations are referred to as septa. The Nautilus inhabits the shell, but the shell is not actually a living part of the organism -- the organism secretes the shell and chambers as it grows. In a similar way, the Septa shown above is arranged by learners as the learning organism grows. The solid portions of the line represent solid surfaces -- a corrugated partition; the white portions of the line are open to walk through, but connected above as in doorway.

Atelier / Jilk

Bruce A. Jilk, AIA
12971 3rd Street South
Afton, Minnesota 55001 USA
Tel: 651-998-0514 | Fax: 651-436-7156
Email: bajilk@attbi.com