Azadegan Elementary School is where a charity plans to build a school with six classes on a 1500 square meter land at the end of the northern part of Isfahan, where the city turns into a suburb.
Based on this and considering the location of the project and the lack of public services in the neighborhood, planning is done in such a way that public services such as the library and the play hall can serve the neighborhood without causing any disturbance to the educational sector. In the organization of the educational department, which is located on the ground floor, this six-class complex is divided into three two-class sections, in such a way that both classes use a common courtyard and lobby, as well as the administrative part of the complex with the possibility of separate access to public passage, it is located in the western part of the land.
Also, the design of the classrooms is such that each classroom can be furnished in different forms without having a specific direction, and also, each classroom has a space for laboratory and workshop equipment.
Finally, it has been tried to create a space where children can enjoy being with their peers more during their stay by breaking large and scaleless spaces into spaces suitable for users who include children aged 7 to 10 years.