The Red Square of Herlufsholm Schoolhttp://www.shapedscape.com/media/reviews/photos/original/ce/6a/cc/887-BB-Rode-Plads-MP-Aerial-1-92-1487860205.jpg
The renovation of the Red Square, was a part of a bigger renovation plan for Herlufsholm School, in wich to honor the modern demands of education and physical activities for the students.
The Red Square is the center of the school, and is therefore a natural gathering point. Its functions is both a passage, and a place for groups, small and big, to sit down or do different kinds of activities.
The architects behind the project found inspiration in the river valley nearby the school. The waving shapes of the landscape, is seen in the way the tiles are placed in the square. This waving look is what makes the sitting areas and hang outs for the students. By using red tiles, the architects have also made sure, that the square will keep its name "The Red Square".
Parts of the square is filled with round shaped tiles. This is to ensure, that grass and plants can still grow in between the tiles, to give the Red Square a green environment.