THE MOST INSPIRING
INTERIOR DESIGN IS
THE INSIDE OF A CHILD’S MIND.
What excites a 5-year old is poles apart from the aesthetic triggers of a teenager. The learning spaces at SWH, be they classrooms or activity rooms, are designed to reflect and respect this diversity. Each space is crafted to meet the varying needs of different age groups of students, both in terms of physical comfort as well as mental stimulus. Distinctive approaches to interior design are applied for grades 1 to 4, grades 5 to 7, and grades 8 to 10.
Schools often tend to think that just because they’re a school, every wall, floor and ceiling must be dazzlingly bright. For us, this is an outdated logic. Today’s children develop astute tastes very early in life. Reason why every space at SWH is vibrant yet classy, mirroring the evolved visual language of today’s kids.
Every learning and working space at SWH is planned with great attention to detail,
keeping the child in central focus. Special care is also taken to ensure that washrooms are clean and comfortable for both boys and girls, so that no one has to think twice about using them whenever needed.