Award winning Japanese architects, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA, designed the newest Rolex Learning Center, which has been open to students as well as the public since February 2010 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The unique building was designed to be imagined as a park-like space that encourages it’s students to move naturally throughout the building. Their design was inspired by organic ‘curved’ human movements, to create interesting space for both studying, and living. By working with curves in their design, rather than a linear concept, there are diverse interactions with the building that can happen which encourages and creative and
We love the translation of human motion to being an architectural masterpiece. At Zinc we believe that design changes lives, and this learning center is an excellent example of how it can provide a positive influence. These students have a unique environment, built with their needs and experiences in mind. This was an incredible demonstration of thoughtful and deliberate design that we believe all projects should be done with.
At Zinc we adhere to the highest standard of design. This brilliant space combines functionality and aesthetics to create what we believe will be a highly successful learning center that will fuel millennials for the future.