While maintaining the original structure of the base campus, our design concept is based on
three key aspects: cultural inheritance, minimalist design approach, and organic integration.
The campus inherits the spirit of the 300 years old Lucton School of England, and at the same
time creates a rich, spacious and open learning environment for students. The project consists
of five buildings, from the entrance is the administrative building with reference to the characteristics of the Queen Anne Building in Lucton, England; to the side is the aristocratic British
style main school building; go through the corridor is the highly transparent science and art
building, and at the back of the campus are the Dormitory and Dining complex designed with
playful facades; although each building has its own architectural language, the overall style is
consistent to preserve the integrity of the campus.