The need of the CDI Educational Centre was to devise a disruptive space with its own identity for activities for certain associations of teachers and companies in the educational and cultural sector carry out activities on a regular basis.
The need was to create a disruptive space to develop workshops, conferences and classes for final year adolescent students and educational organizations.
We proposed to create a Hyper Classroom inspired by Paraguayan territory with six different zones to interact, present, develop, investigate, create and exchange. Each space corresponds to an ecosystem of the country, and, with a QR codes system, the furniture tells us what kind of fauna, flora, landscapes and popular or indigenous art exists in each area.
Photos: Amalia Rivas Bigordá