Bholu 7 School was a collaborative effort designed by 3 architects Adele Winterage, Fahmi Ahmed and Renae Tapley. This is quite a large space with lots of details outside focusing on water, garden and environment.
The Bholu is part of a fenced property that includes the school, a double toilet block and the owner’s own house. There is a large tree in the centre of the courtyard and a stone bench wraps around its trunk to provide a welcoming place to sit. Another stone seat has been provided along the front wall of the school and these leafy spots are well used. The toilet and wash facilities are shared by the school and the house, giving benefit to both users.
The school interior is an L-shaped room that incorporates salvaged doors and windows (painted in a fresh bright green), stone shelving and flooring, high level ventilation windows and a wash area at the entry.
This Bholu was also constructed by builder Devgi-bhai and his team.