Vallendar Kindergarten Building, Germany

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Vallendar Kindergarten Building

5 July 2021

Design: Herrmanns Architekten

Location: Vallendar, Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany

Rooms for children

Extension of the municipal day-care center in Vallendar

Vallendar Kindergarten Building, Germany

Kindergarten Building in Vallendar, Rhineland-Palatinate

The order to Herrmanns Architekten was to expand the municipal kindergarten in Vallendar, Germany by around 500 square meters. In addition, the small area of the property made a 3-storey structure necessary. The building was planned in a sustainable and ecological, CO2-neutral wood construction.

Vallendar Kindergarten Building, Germany

A lot of emphasis was placed on clarity and generosity in the floor plan. A generous space is the link between all functions: it does not only serve as a distribution room during pick-up and delivery times, but also as a playground.

Vallendar Kindergarten Building, Germany

All the rooms are designed in such a way that childcare works well even when there are not enough staff. The extension and the existing building can be entered independently of one another through their own entrances. Internally, they are connected to one another by a shipping container.

Vallendar Kindergarten Building, Germany

Since children nowadays spend the whole day in the daycare center and not just by the hour, a free space to move around is essential. There is a spacious foyer on the ground floor.

Vallendar Day-Care Center, Germany building

All group and common rooms were given generous glazing to the outside and also windows facing the hallway in order to enable interaction across the room boundaries. The daylight-flooded rooms offer the children and the staff a pleasant learning, play and working atmosphere.

Vallendar Day-Care Center, Germany building

Due to the requirements for economy and sustainability, we decided to use wood as the building structure. And in the spirit of Mies van der Rohe, we veneered the wooden structure with a brick facade; because “architecture begins where you put two bricks together”. The relief structure of the facade gives the building a concise and lively appearance.

Vallendar Day-Care Center, Germany building

NEUmarkt Bielefeld, Germany – Building Information

• Location: Vallendar, Germany
• Architect: Prof. Henner Herrmanns + Mplus Architekten
• Year: 2021

Vallendar Day-Care Center, Germany building

• Photographs: Marcel Kohnen

Vallendar Day-Care Center, Germany building

municipal day-care center in Mayen-Koblenz interior

Herrmanns Architekten | Network Group
Falkenhorst 10
56179 Vallendar
Tel. 0049 261 6679783 / 0049 171 2034886

municipal day-care center in Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate

Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate day-care center section

Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate day-care center upper plan

Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate day-care center lower plan

Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate day-care center main plan

Municipal day-care center in Mayen-Koblenz images / information received 050721 from Herrmanns Architekten

Location: Vallendar, Germany, western Europe

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