The choice of this type of edification in the form of “tapestry” makes it possible to seek a flexible and homely school building. Flexible, because the mesh circulations, due to their neutrality, make many types of pedagogic functioning possible; and homely, because of the size and specific nature of the different interior-exterior spaces.
The tapestry building in the form of a comb, of a single floor, adheres to the exterior road in an opaque way and opens in an orderly way towards the interior of the site with small semi-subterranean sections. The shared spaces are at the end of the building and, perpendicular to these spaces, emerge the homes of the concierges and the classroom pavilions, along with the exterior spaces: passageways, classrooms-garden, squares, allotments, and playgrounds.
Both the load-bearing structure of the ceramic walls and the resulting spaces are due to a rigorous reflection about the constructive process, as well as regarding the materials used and their finishes.