Common areas in schools should be beautifully furnished and decorated, too. At the Fritz-Schumacher Comprehensive School in Hamburg Langenhorn, this motto has now been implemented as part of a project. The Vita project, initiated by the architects Meyer and Fleckenstein, provided for new vestibules, seperating furniture, chess desks and the design of the free wall surfaces. 600 Classic frames were installed to create an overall cozy learning & relaxing atmosphere. 530 A4 formats were hung in the hall, and 70 A3 formats to mark various escape and rescue routes. Plexiglass was installed to further ensure the safety of the students.
Photos: Fritz-Schumacher Comprehensive School, Hamburg Langenhorn