Text description provided by the architects. Harvest Elementary School located in the city of Queretaro, is directed at basic education levels, elements that are clearly hierarchized in the building.
Composed of a superposition of metal boxes interrelated, has a clear configuration in each of this elements, allowing a functional and harmonious organization for each of the educational levels.
The project consists of flexible spaces capable of being adapted for various activities, and was privileged the use of natural materials such as concrete, steel, porcelain and glazed masonry walls and native vegetable species, which involves low maintenance and offer children an exciting visual and tactile experience.
The work was honored the Gold Medal at the V Biennial of Mexican Architecture "Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras" celebrated in the city of Leon, Guanajuato.
In this contest participated works of renowned architects from around the country, in the categories of health, housing, cultural, industrial, recreation and education, among other.