Saturday, 13 February 2010
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Stavanger is the fourth biggest city in Norway. It is situated on the southwest coast. My aim is to try to capture something from every day, from the area nearby too, and when I am not at home I will still try to put up a photo from my archive. Welcome back for another look.
Attractive - doesn't look much like a school. If the lessons are as good as the building it must be fun.
Great shot! Interesting architecture...
A fine and unusual architecture for a school.
There's a Steiner school near Danby, Whitby, but the architecture, if I remember rightly, is pretty vernacular.
Very interesting, unusual architecture indeed!
Hjaerte hilsen fra Hagen speciellt idag
Happy Valentine's Day!
Hur gick gentetur til Frankrike's huvudstad?!
Det var et skolebygg med flotte linjer, flott arkitektur det der. Ha en fin kveld :)
Most interesting architecture...is this a high school or college? It gives the impression of an innovative and creative institution!
The school was opened in 1980. They have 280 pupils. 48 of them are from 16-18 years old, the rest of them are in the age group of 6-16.
They also have a kindergarden with 72 kids in 4 groups.
The school ( and the kindergarden) are based on the "Rudolf Steiner" way of learning. It is creative, and many parents value that for their kids, - more than what is perhaps common in other schools.
Great architecture indeed!
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