Neobio Family Park

Neobio Family Park in Shanghai

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.

Maple Street School

Maple Street School Brooklyn

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.

Nubo

NUBO Pure Play in Sydney

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.

Albert Camus School

Albert Camus School in Coulaines

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.

Smartno Timeshare Kindergarden

Smartno Timeshare Kindergarden

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.

Pluchke Nursery in Ukkel

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…