Hinche Professional School

Year
Location
Client
2018
Haiti
Institut National de Formation Professionnelle (INFP)
The Hinche Professional School is a 4000 m2 complex that includes concepts of adaptation to the territory and the environment where it is built. According to the client’s requirements, different buildings with diverse uses make up a small integrated campus on the slope where it is located. The design integrates sustainability features such as passive solar protection and architecture that generates shadows and vegetated spaces.
The complex has different workshops for mechanics, electronics and others, classrooms, assembly hall, and administration, as well as open spaces and sports areas, all built with criteria to sustain earthquakes and cyclones. The school contributes to improve the education infrastructure in Haiti.

Hinche Professional School

Year 2018
Location Haiti
Client Institut National de Formation Professionnelle (INFP)
The Hinche Professional School is a 4000 m2 complex that includes concepts of adaptation to the territory and the environment where it is built. According to the client’s requirements, different buildings with diverse uses make up a small integrated campus on the slope where it is located. The design integrates sustainability features such as passive solar protection and architecture that generates shadows and vegetated spaces.
The complex has different workshops for mechanics, electronics and others, classrooms, assembly hall, and administration, as well as open spaces and sports areas, all built with criteria to sustain earthquakes and cyclones. The school contributes to improve the education infrastructure in Haiti.

Hinche Professional School

Year 2018
Location Haiti
Client Institut National de Formation Professionnelle (INFP)
The Hinche Professional School is a 4000 m2 complex that includes concepts of adaptation to the territory and the environment where it is built. According to the client’s requirements, different buildings with diverse uses make up a small integrated campus on the slope where it is located. The design integrates sustainability features such as passive solar protection and architecture that generates shadows and vegetated spaces.
The complex has different workshops for mechanics, electronics and others, classrooms, assembly hall, and administration, as well as open spaces and sports areas, all built with criteria to sustain earthquakes and cyclones. The school contributes to improve the education infrastructure in Haiti.