This primary school and sports hall are part of a new town, which is currently being developed on the grounds of an old barracks area. The site forms the edge of the city facing the northeast. The rounded form of the sports hall will mark the edge of the urban development. Facing the other side, the school building fits into the right-angled structure of the existing barracks. Both plan and section have been conceived to support the strong character of the street space. Inside the building, the rectangular streets are transformed into corridors and the residential buildings into classrooms. While the interior and exterior walls of the school building are characterized by crude brick stones, the atmosphere of the classrooms is dominated by wood. On the roof of the sports hall there is a little sports ground that is illuminated in the evening by the cylindric shaped glass block walls on top of the hall (text from website architects).