A. P. Møller School
The A. P. Møller School is situated at a scenic site in Schleswig and has been designed on the basis of a clear and simple fundamental concept. The building is structured around two large, central spatial elements, one containing common areas with a canteen, reception hall and knowledge centre on three storeys, and the other being a larger sports and multi-purpose hall with three arenas. A large, sloping copper roof connects these two spatial elements, with the masonry being built with yellow bricks. The school's physical location and design take a point of departure in the site's interaction with the town of Schleswig and Slien Fjord, as well as in the desire to create timeless architecture. The A. P. Møller School is a new Danish co-educational school for the Danish School Association of Southern Schleswig. The school includes students up through the final year of upper secondary school.