The Neobio Family Park in Shanghai was designed by X+Living. It is divided into Reading Area, Dinning Area, Sims City, Climbing Area and Party Room. On entering the main entrance, you are surrounded by wavy forests and rolling hills, these are the book shelves of the reading area and a great place for kids to play hide-and-seek.
Design: BFDO Architects & 4|MATIV. Maple Street School, located in the rapidly changing neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, in Brooklyn, was looking to expand into a second location and found a fitting site in a new mixed use development.
Design: Frost*collective with Joey Ho and Patrick Leung of PalDesign Architects. Built around best practices for early childhood education through the lense of play, NUBO supports play and educational growth through exploration and connection.
Design: feld72, architects. Subtly embedded in the village pattern, this new building involves typical local elements. In an area of boundaries and actual fences, the embracing unity of house and court forms a sense of security and ease.
Design: Potiropoulos D+L Architects. Deutsche Schule Athen (GSA / DSA, also known Dörpfeld Gymnasium), is a coeducational independent, kindergarten, elementary school and high school in Marousi, Athens metropolitan area, Greece.
Design: COBE, architects – new photos. Forfatterhuset Kindergarten, a new daycare center building in Nørrebro with curved corners, lush roof gardens and a contextual brick facade that gives the building a warm modern feel.
Design: M+ Architekten/herrmanns-architekten. The new nursery has been built on the site of the existing kindergarten. For this reason, the roof area of the new single storey building is designed as a playground. In keeping with the Montessori pedagogic method, the building is the most important toy.
Design: Elsa Urquijo Architects. The social charity institution Padre Rubinos was born in A Coruña nearly a century ago with a dedication to give shelter and asylum to the needy.
The school center is located 200 km southwest of Paris nearby the town Coulaines. The building design by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes projects include a primary school with 8 classrooms, a nursery with day care, a kindergarten, a gymnastic and community hall as well as a library and a school restaurant.
Design: I Like Design Studio. The brief for the project was to enlarge school building by transforming the formerly playground and yard. The new building has 7 classrooms, bathroom, recreational area, faculty room, lunch area and playground.
The Frederiksvej Kindergarten in Copenhagen design by Danish architects COBE opens. It consists of 11 small houses with play spaces organized around two winter gardens, and will create a safe and playful village for 182 children.
Design: De Rosee Sa and PMR. Much-loved children’s author Roald Dahl was the inspiration for a new dining hall and after school facility in Buckinghamshire’s Prestwood Infant School.
Design: Arhitektura Jure Kotnik. The Smartno Timeshare Kindergarden was designed to encourage interaction, peer learning and self-learning. It has an open floor plan, which merges poorly used spaces such as wardrobes, corridors and stairs into one learning landscape together with playrooms.
Design: Baukind. Since April 2014, 30 children, ages 1-6 years, play, run around, explore, and cuddle in the 180 square meters large Kita Zauberzwerge (nursery“Magic Dwarves”), which is located in Berlin Steglitz.
Design: Bogle Architects. This milestone scheme in the field of pre-school education will deliver a multicultural educational facility for over 2,000 pupils and 400 support staff.
Pluchke Nursery in Ukkel, Child Care Facility Building, Belgium Architecture, Images Pluchke Nursery in Ukkel Belgian Child Care Facility: Kindergarten Building – design by ZAmpone architectuur 14 Apr 2015 Pluchke Nursery in Ukkel Design: ZAmpone architectuur Location: Horzelstraat 28/4, 1180 Ukkel, Belgium Pluchke Nursery in Ukkel The projects’ brief consisted off the increase of capacity…
Råå Day Care Center in Sweden by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter: Skåne’s Architecture Prize has since 2001 in cooperation with Swedish Association of Architects awarded the best project of the year in Skåne, Southern Sweden.
The Early Childhood Center in Autun is something of an architectural exception in terms of the production of the agency Tectoniques.