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Press kit - Press release - CIS – Copenhagen International School Nordhavn - C.F. Møller Architects

CIS – Copenhagen International School Nordhavn

København, Denmark

C.F. Møller Architects

Solar-powered School of the Future.


København, Denmark, 2018-08-06 -

CIS Nordhavn is a new school building for the Copenhagen International School, which will be located on a prominent site in Copenhagen's new Nordhavn district. The 25,000 m2 school building will be Copenhagen's largest school, and accommodate 1,200 students and 280 employees.


The modern educational architecture is designed to link the school premises with the public sphere in the urban environment, and give the school an open ambience. The promenade outside the school will become an urban port-side space providing opportunities for relaxation and various activities.


The main school building is subdivided into four smaller “towers”, ranging from five to seven storeys, each specially adapted to meet the needs of children at different stages of development. For example, the classrooms for the youngest pupils are particularly large: A full range of functions will take place in and around the classroom, each of which has designated green spaces and areas with drama/performance facilities, PE, etc. The subdivision of the school into four units facilitates community, identity and easy wayfinding.


All four school units are built on top of the ground-floor base, which contains common and more extrovert activities, including a foyer, sports facilities, a canteen, a library and performance facilities. The classroom units can thus be closed-off outside normal school hours, while the common areas will remain open for school and local community events.


The base includes a common roof terrace which will function as a school playground for the whole school – and the youngest pupils in particular. The elevated school playground provides a secure environment, which prevents students from coming too close to the water or from straying off the school premises.

 

The school building’s unique facade will be covered in 12,000 solar panels, each individually angled to create a sequin-like effect, which will supply more than half of the school's annual electricity consumption. The solar cells will cover a total area of ​​6,048 square meters, making it one of the largest building-integrated solar power plants in Denmark, estimated to produce over 200 MWh per year.

In addition to contributing to the school's green profile, the solar cells also form a permanent part of the school’s curriculum, allowing students to monitor energy production and use data in physics and mathematics classes.

 

As an additional phase, the school plans to establish an urban park on the water, an ocean of activities and recreational spaces at one with the water, the weather and nature – in front on the school on the waterside, named “The Nordhavn Islands”. The activities on the Nordhavn Islands are spread out over three different islands, each with its own characteristics: "The Reef", a multifunctional platform for aqua learning and events in extension of the quayside; "The Lagoon", a floating arena for activities such as kayak polo and other water sports, and "The Sun Bath", an actual harbour bath with a sauna and protected areas for swimming training. As an extension of the school's interior space, not only can the functions be included directly in the teaching, but they can also be used by external visitors, as can the school's facilities, which are intended to function as a "community centre" by the Orient Pier.


C.F. Møller Architects' CIS - Copenhagen International School has received a 2018 AZ Award in the category Best in Architecture - Comercial/Institutional Over 1,000 SqM.


Client: Property Foundation Copenhagen International School (ECIS)

Architect: C.F. Møller Architects

Landscape architect: C.F. Møller Landscape

Engineer: Niras

Size: 25,000 m² (1200 students)

Year: 2013-2017

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Media contact
  • C.F. Møller Architects
  • Peter Sikker Rasmussen, Head of Communications
  • psr@cfmoller.com
  • 0045 6193 6857
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