CharacteristicsAcoustic, sustainable, smooth, compact, wear-resistant, anti-slip
ColorsM120 Desert color
Adolfsberg School is an innovative school designed to provide exceptional educational conditions in Knivsta, Sweden. Built with passive technology for very low energy consumption, it is home to 660 students from grade five to nine.
The building is a so-called passive house that meets the international standard. Throughout the building, the classrooms are larger than usual to accommodate integrated group functions. The classrooms are organized around open 'squares' that also support group learning, individual breakout spaces and collaborative activities including larger groups in the large common staircase.
The interior has been designed to turn the whole school into a study environment. The color scheme and material selection have been made to enhance the educational outcomes including to provide optimal acoustic comfort. To achieve this goal the architects - LLP Arkitektkontor - used 2400 sqm of Artigo's BS Strong rubber flooring in M120 Desert color. This durable, anti-slip flooring from Artigo complements the fresh palette of white paint pine and birch wooden panelling in the building's interior.