1972con A. Monestiroli
An “enclosure” is the element that gives identity to a place. A part of the area fenced in is covered by a roof supported by pillars and boundary wall, the rest of the area is left uncovered (yard). The border line between the two parts is marked by one of the row of pillars supporting the roofslab. Under the same roof, is the glazed classrooms area and the covered but not closed playground. A strip of accessory rooms on the back of classrooms and covered playground opens onto a service backyard that concludes the enclosed plot.