We spend most of our lives indoors - in offices, homes, restaurants ... and schools. Classrooms have a huge effect on students' health, thinking and their results. They affect creativity, learning and the ability to solve problems. In the design of the teaching premises of the future, the needs of the students must be at the center.

The educational environments of the future are adapted to how pupils and students want to learn, the libraries are the most popular learning centers and improvised study opportunities take place on soft lawns. Students have everything they need to learn, study, relax and play - but most importantly: they feel they belong there. The design of buildings that are flexible and focus on community requires an interdisciplinary approach that takes into account teaching and learning models, the physical environment, future technology and the students '"or students'" overall experience.

From an environmental perspective, concerns for the health and well-being of students—particularly young students—are increasing interest in the improved performance and fabric of school structures. Consequently, more investors, municipalities and states are opting for climate-friendly schools. Thes are cost-effective constructions that boast low greenhouse gas emissions throughout the entire life cycle.

We offer a wide variety of solutions to meet the requirements of educational buildings in terms of comfort, safety and design. Our products establish a dialogue between the interior and exterior of educational buildings, and our facades revolve around large glass surfaces. Curtain walls, windows and doors, which come in multiple versions, provide adequate answers to the different needs expressed by

As part of Hydro group, we carry the commitment to sustainable development. As a global supplier of aluminium with activities spanning the entire value chain, Hydro aims to reduce its overall CO2 emissions
by 30% by 2030.”