Khoroshkola private gymnasium is the first digital school in Moscow. It opened its doors for pupils in September 2017. The new building of the school is an example of architecture, aimed at the cutting-edge trends in designing school facilities. Everything here is tight-knit and elaborate. For instance, the school has lots of open spaces, leaded light glazing, recreation zones, flooded with natural light, spacious forums for classes and so on.
The project of Khoroshkola private gymnasium was developed by «А-Project» architectural bureau, that is part of «KROST» concern. Architects and designers of the concern applied breakthrough solutions while creating this project. For example, elements of the gymnasium building façades are made of high-quality fibre-reinforced concrete. It is a high-tech material that makes it possible to erect sound and sturdy constructions of any shape, size, texture or color.
The atrium space is covered with a stained glass skylight, that is 24 m by 12 m and is located more than 20 meters above the floor. The windows are 3,8 meters high and are in aluminum frames. They are glazed with single glass without any imposts or transom bars. Designers opted for Guardian SunGuard® Neutral 80/58 HT coated glass to glaze Khoroshkola. This is glass with slight reflectivity that provides a high level of visible natural light penetration, yet helps to protect the premises from solar heat gain.