The architecture of VERSO is inspired by our research into the design of learning spaces, because we know that our physical environment plays a crucial role in how we behave and learn. Our unique "loop" buildings are intentionally designed to foster a sense of flow, movement, connectedness, and a fundamental sense of continuous learning.
Our learners and learning designers work together in a variety of uniquely designed spaces that support independent learning, group work, and comprehensive projects, and also provide quiet spaces for focused instruction, coaching, and mentoring.
VERSO has positioned itself as one of the world’s leading schools in educational innovation and design. The facilities breathe life into the concept of ‘limitless learning’. The spacious design and flow of the loops creates an inspiring learning environment for our learners and learning designers. Contemporary in design and feel, the flexibility of the educational spaces and world-class facilities support a wide range of learning activities, from individual projects to team-based activities.
VERSO was designed as an ecosystem of buildings and spaces that are both interconnected and interdependent. Our looped buildings blend with the natural landscape, creating opportunities for our learners and learning designers to make powerful connections that enhance learning. Our lake is a signature feature of the campus that provides a rich resource for teaching and learning.
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seat - stadium with floodlit hybrid football/rugby pitch
meter - Olympic Pool with 500 seats
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Parent lounge & co-working space (pH7)
Media arts center
Game design studio
The conceptual design for the Lower Loop was inspired by young children’s sense of discovery and natural curiosity. On the ground floor is a carefully designed Early Years Zone which opens out to the Rainforest playground and the learning garden. Students from grades 1 through 4 share a purposefully designed suite of flexible classrooms, and studio spaces for art, science and design. The Lower Loop also has its own indoor pool and multi-purpose gym.
Our Middle Loop is designed for the energy and enthusiasm of this unique age-group. It is a building that provides students with a wide variety of learning spaces to support not only their different learning styles, but also their social and emotional needs as young adolescents. The Middle Loop includes flexible classrooms, learning spaces, active spaces, science labs, makerspaces, and common areas where larger groups can come together for assemblies, presentations, and performances.
Our Upper Loop offers high school students a sophisticated, college campus-style environment that will inspire them in their passionate pursuit of challenging academic courses and programs. The diverse learning spaces designed to meet these specific needs include flexible classrooms, project spaces, learning communities, university-level science labs, design labs, makerspaces, and various community spaces.
50-meters, 10 lane climate-controlled Olympic size swimming pool
A 1300-seat NBA-inspired arena sports hall
Outdoor Basketball courts
A 1,000-seat stadium with floodlit hybrid football/rugby pitch and an 8 lane running track
All-weather multi-purpose training pitch