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Eurnekian Secondary School

Location: Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenia
Type: Educational/School
Client: Eduardo Eurnekian
Appointment: 2012
Completion: 2017
Area: 4,500 sqm
Stories: 1-2
Status: 🟢 Realized

Nestled within the expansive grounds of the Mother See complex, adjacent to the southern wall, stands the new educational edifice—the Eurnekian School. Encompassing the ethos of innovation and tradition, this landmark institution is a harmonious blend of contemporary and classic design, featuring facades adorned with felzite stone that lend an elegant touch.

Upon entering the ground floor, a literary haven unfolds, hosting the library and reading hall, alongside state-of-the-art sports halls providing a dynamic space for physical education and activities. Ascending to the 1st and 2nd floors reveals a well-designed array of 32 classrooms, eight laboratories, an event hall for communal gatherings, a healthcare clinic ensuring the well-being of the students, and meeting rooms fostering collaborative learning environments.

Notably, the Eurnekian School holds the distinction of being the first educational institution in Armenia operating under the auspices of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin. The architectural vision of the building extends to the prominence of a narrow bell tower, adding a distinctive feature to the skyline. As a beacon of education within the sacred precincts, the Eurnekian School exemplifies a synthesis of modernity and heritage, providing students with an enriched learning environment rooted in tradition.

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