In the east of Stuttgart, Germany, the four-group daycare center Kita Parkstraße was completed according to plans by Birk Heilmeyer and Frenzel Architects and handed over to the users
The existing Ötztaler Straße kindergarten in Stuttgart, Germany was in serious need of renovation, has been replaced by the new building, designed by se\arch Architekten BDA GbR
MAD Transforms Traditional Chinese Courtyard Into a Kindergarten With Floating Roof. Unfolding onto the site with a low and gentle posture, the roof transforms the limited space.
Designed by Studio XTOPIX, Kindergarten Port, Stříbro, has an exaggerated theme of the holiday by the sea where the form evokes an ark ready for sailing.
BeneBaby International Academy Shenzhen building by VMDPE Design: when children learn in a classroom, they greatly benefit from rich educational content. However, their day-to-day living spaces often remain repetitive and stereotyped.
More photos of EcoKid Kindergarten Vinh, Vietnam, building design by LAVA architects + Module K + Viet Décor features spaces encouraging curiosity, activity-based learning and interaction with nature for Vietnamese children.
Jardín Nº 1207 Dra. Sara Faisal by Estudio VIC: kindergarten remodeling in Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz, Argentina, for an education institution to open and integrate the flow between different classrooms and the outside.
Avenue Green Sheshan in Shanghai, interior design by ELTO: vision and objective for this new Chinese kindergarten is to create a place just like a home and a small communal place for kids.
Gardiner Architects’ priority was to create open, minimal, flexible spaces that are well connected to the interactive outdoor play spaces spread over three levels.
Designed by IDO (Init Design Office) The Hongkong Land Yorkville North Kindergarten is situated at Yorkville North, a residential compound developed by Hongkong Land in Liangjiang New District, Chongqing, China.
Designed by Obra Architects Sanhe Kindergarten is configured as a faceted arc following the daily path of the sun. In China it is believed that a child not exposed to enough sunlight will grow up to develop intellectual handicaps.
Designed by VMDPE the Lion International Kindergarten Project is located in an old residential community in the Tianhe District of Guangzhou. Surrounded by old-fashioned houses, the community itself lacks a venue for children’s activities.
Designed by Peter Ruge Architekten this kindergarten is part of the new residential area in Yu Hang in the east of Hangzhou, China.
Construction starts on the urban integration and rooftop extension of a 1970s shopping centre in Paris by MVRDV. The design proposal breaks up the solid, horizontal volume of this mixed-use program.
Design: Herrmanns Architekten. The curved building for a new kindergarten is to be erected as a wooden structure with a form-work of vertical wood panels.