Taylor’s International School Puchong


The Architectural Form is clearly visible as one approach the Campus as it strongly expresses the flowing curved roofs and opens up spaces below that moves from one to another in a continuous manner. It celebrates the idea that learning is a continuous process and not a serrated one.

This openness and flowing concept is even more apparent and contrasting to traditional school buildings which are dictated by classrooms and more rooms, compartmentalized and institutionalized learning.

Seventy percent of learning in the first 5 years of human life is visual. Within the flowing design at the Western façade is an architectural expression that depicts the form of an eye as a symbol for learning. It is a meaningful representation that when we Open our eye to receive, we learn.

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