This modern green public school building is an obvious instance of how creativity can be beyond our imagination. Public School and Primary Roldan which is situated in Spain is the result of creative ideas gained from the nature. The walls are stretched up with green carpet. This way has made this building look like a golf field. This green concept will also allow to the students to learn from the nature and get some ideas from the wonderful nature. Estudio Huma is the architecture firm that completed this project. The school is completed with a very wide field that will enable the student to play around. The architectural structure uses the connection of the units together to create a horizontal look. It aims to enable the expansion of the school and to create playgrounds for the children to expose their spirit of youth.
For the designers John and Cynthia Hardy, the usage of sustainable materials is very important. And bamboo is implemented in their design. For this idea, in collaboration with the Meranggi Foundation and PT. Bambu, they established the Green School in which the bamboo becomes the primary building materials. It is also intended as an effort to avoid the further depletion of rain forests. The Green School is located on a sustainable campus straddling both sides of the Ayung River in Sibang Kaja, Bali. There are a number of alternative energy sources included here such as a bamboo sawdust hot water and cooking system, a hydro-powered vortex generator and solar panels. The campus consists of classrooms, gym, assembly spaces, faculty housing, offices, cafes and bathrooms. The result is a comprehensive green community with a strong educational mandate which is able to motivate the students to be more curious, more engaged and more passionate about the environment and the planet.