The Affiliated High School of PKU | Beijing, China | Crossboundaries

In traditional campuses in China, you can always see a similar layout of buildings and sports fields connected by roads for vehicular traffic and filled in with lawns. The Affiliated High School of Peking University, dating back to the early 1960s, was no exception. Over more than half a century, the campus experienced several shifts but still kept many of its original characteristics.

Today, based on the school’s new concept of student-centred education, Crossboundaries adjusted this bygone campus’ landscape, liberating its spacial constraints, complementing the transformation of indoor learning space, sports and art center.

Returning roads to pedestrians

We found in these traditional campuses, pedestrian flow is usually

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