Gulskogen School is a primary and secondary school (6-15 year-olds) for approximately 750 children. The school complex consists of a two-storey long building which spans from east to the west on the site, with three classroom pavilions connected towards the south. The long wing shields the school from the industrial area in the north, as well as cold northern winds. The space between the long wing and the pavilions form the main central 'street' of the school, whilst the spaces between the pavilions provide decentralized outdoor spaces for children of different ages. The walls of the main volume are in light brickwork, whilst the classroom pavilions and significant building components such as the entrance and the stairway towers are given bright indentifying colours. Supplementary detailing is done in steel, wood and zinc.