“What? A school with no walls?” yup, thats exactly what it sounds like but strangely a lot more practical than one would expect.

The Swedish Free School Organization Vittra operates by the philosophy that there are no classes or classrooms. Instead, the students are taught in groups according to level and how they decide to approach that specific learning situation. This created an interesting program for the architects at Rosan Bosch, who had to create a school house for an establishment who “do not believe in regular classes, but instead a place where individual development is based on living cultural work and challenging learning environments”.

Overall, I love the feel of the place it really does promote the creative mind and brings a lot more interest to the idea of going to school.