Our philosophy

We believe in the need for a commitment to the FUTURE, a change from within the classrooms, providing the new generations with the necessary tools that adapt to the demands of today’s society.

We are passionate about our work. In addition to our role as architects, we are deeply involved in the entire process of educational change and reform.

With outdated facilities, an obsolete curriculum, and non-existent methodologies, most schools are replicas of centuries past. Despite living in a rapidly advancing society, we lack an educational system that keeps pace with and adapts to this progressive change.


Imagining, designing, renovating, and reinventing both learning spaces and the entire educational process.”

Through innovation and by integrating the use of technology in the classrooms, we bring good judgment, experience, and rely on science and the insights provided by neuroscience to understand how and when we can stimulate the brain.

We aim to make the learning process an enjoyable journey of discovery and personal growth, rather than a traumatic procedure for children.

We start from 5 basic design principles that make up our DNA

The integration of nature in all spaces

The work of the 5 senses through the incorporation of different materials and the control of light and sound

Design through the curve

The use of ergonomic furniture adapted to each school stage

The integration of responsible technology us


The incorporation of nature in educational spaces is fundamental for us, both in outdoor and indoor environments. It helps us create much more pleasant spaces and serves as a fantastic source of inspiration.

5 senses

In the learning process, we must motivate and create a good environment for all the senses. Through materials and their different textures, we work on the sense of touch, while through light and colors, we address the sense of sight. By incorporating sound-absorbing panels, we ensure good acoustic comfort, while with good ventilation, we prevent unpleasant odors and maintain a comfortable temperature (hygrothermal comfort).


According to neuroscience, we perceive pointed elements and sharp corners as a sign of threat. The use of curved elements in walls or furniture helps us feel more relaxed and comfortable in the environment.


Furniture is key to organizing and distributing space effectively. In addition to considering the overall design, furniture is an element that we must choose with special care. It should be adapted to each school stage, be ergonomic, and assist in the proper development of each activity.

Modular tables, mobile and stackable chairs, bleachers, or more relaxed areas with bean bags and rugs organize space in a more dynamic, versatile, and multifunctional way.


The incorporation of technology in classrooms is important to help future generations learn to respond to the demands of the job market and to use the internet responsibly, being critical and selective when analyzing information. Additionally, technology provides us with new ways of working and learning methodologies that were not possible until now.