The capitol city of Torshvan on the main island in the Faroe Islands has just broken ground on a new higher education center that will accommodate 1200 students and 300 teachers. I mentioned the Faroe Island in my post about them testing all the islander’s DNA recently, The Potential Health Results Of The Faroe Island DNA Project Might Be Astounding as you may remember. It looks like the Danish self-governing archipelego is well on it’s way to adopting and promoting their homeland as a destination for forward thinking inhabitants. The design of the school looks fascinating to me as it will have five P-shaped stories, the tail of each P projecting at different angles. What a wonderful environment in which to learn while looking out on a beautiful landscape.