The façade is integrated with 12,000 solar panels, covering a total area of 6,048 sqm. The electricity generated meets nearly half the school’s total energy consumption.
The school is structured into four towers that mirror the students' age and grade levels. In order to boost the amount of natural light, most of the classrooms are nestled into the building’s corners. Installing LED lighting was another way the school slashed its energy consumption; teachers can even adjust the color temperature depending on the time of day, ensuring students benefit from visual comfort at all times.
To top it off, natural materials were chosen for the floors and furniture, while future plans see the school’s toilets being flushed with recirculated water.