What do you hope to experience when you enter a school campus? Imagine a school without walls, a campus that stimulates the senses and natural curiosity of children, and a place where innovation, creativity and learning is encouraged.
Green School Bali’s aim is to help children learn by doing, carry out meaningful student discussions, experience daily growth as a whole person and feel the joy of being part of a vibrant community of learners.
Tucked away in the jungles of Bali, Indonesia, the school is an environmentally friendly, non-profit entity that provides private and international education from pre-kindergarten to high school.
The school’s premises comprise a three-storey building — built by German master carpenter Jorg Stamm and the late Swiss sculptor and design director Aldo Landwehr — with a total built-up of 140,092 sq ft.
Green School Bali, located along the…