Decorative inner linings are a very elegant, warm solution for the interior of buildings although they may not seem sufficiently strong and durable for places like schools where hundreds of people go by every day.
This is not the case. Decorative wood inner linings are sufficiently rugged to to provide the ideal cladding for ceilings and walls, even in schools. At Spigogroup, we take orders every year for cladding, ceilings and doors for schools and universities in Spain. But in addition, we see that the use of decorative wood inner linings is also spreading to other countries. Here we bring 5 magnificent examples of decorative inner linings installed in French schools.
- Jules Verne School, in the town of Châtenay-Malabry, by Archi5 Architects (). Information and photos by Sergio Grazia from archi5.fr
- Pasteur School Group, in Mions, by 2K Architectes. Information and photos from r2k-architecte.com
- School Complex in Rillieux-la-Pape, a suburb north of Lyon, by Tectoniques Architects. Information and photos from tectoniques.com
- Jean-Monnet School, in the town of Brooms, by Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architects. Information and photos from dietrich.untertrifaller.com
- Remodelling of the François Pompon Secondary School, in Saulieu, by Charles-Henri Tachon Architects. Information and photos from chh-tachon.fr
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