The Métlaoui Secondary School in Métlaoui, Tunisia by Tijiani Ellouze [1980]. It was commissioned to provide education for 1,200 students. Simple geometrical forms were chosen to facilitate the identification of each structure’s function. The school is organized around a triangular court with six blocks, containing 38 classroom on the southwest side and are connected by a gymnasium to six workshops and annexes on the northern side of the campus. All of the buildings are rectangular in plan and both the classrooms and workshops are arranged in a stepped layout, creating a more dynamic composition against the desert landscape. This composition is accentuated by the varied textures of exposed concrete and brick infill.