Port Louis Junior School
Port Louis, Mauritius
The site allocated for the school was approximately five acres. Two acres were allocated for playing fields, one and a half acres for agriculture, and approximately one and a half acre for building future expansion and parking areas. The teaching spaces were conceived in four distinct clusters of grous according to their function. These were:
- classrooms,
- laboratories,
- workshops and home science, and
- administration and multi-purpose hall.
The building groups were conceived as clusters of three units forming an access point at the corner. The access points were inter-connected by short route. The structure is of coffered slab of 7.5 m and 8.4 m units. The coffered slab supported by sheer walls at the chamfered corners of each block.

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Port Louis, Mauritius
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