Kindergartens

Contemporary spaces dedicated to the spread of knowledge – universities, conservatories, nursery schools and libraries – are carefully selected by Floornature to show the innovations and technical and aesthetic developments in educational buildings. Large-scale, versatile and multifunctional projects are joined by local experiments, like enlarging and restoring buildings with a great symbolic value. The projects show a common desire to create spaces where people can congregate and share knowledge, without spatial or temporal constraints.

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SeArch: Daycare centre for children on Ötztaler Straße, Stuttgart

03-03-2021

SeArch: Daycare centre for children on Ötztaler Straße, Stuttgart

Stuttgart-based firm SeArch has been commissioned by the city government to design a children’s...

Kentaro Yamazaki: Hakusui Nursery School in Sakura, Japan

03-04-2020

Kentaro Yamazaki: Hakusui Nursery School in Sakura, Japan

Architecture as an educational tool is the message conveyed by the Hakusui Nursery School in...

Taller de Arquitectura de Bogotá: San José nursery school in Cajicá

18-01-2019

Taller de Arquitectura de Bogotá: San José nursery school in Cajicá

San José nursery school in Cajicá, Colombia, inherits the idea of an educational...

MAD Architects: Clover House, kindergarten in Okazaki, Japan

03-10-2018

MAD Architects: Clover House, kindergarten in Okazaki, Japan

In their first project in Japan, MAD Architects combine the memory of the site, an old house...

R2k architectes: Relais d'Assistance Maternelle in Tencin, France

27-10-2017

R2k architectes: Relais d'Assistance Maternelle in Tencin, France

R2k Architectes from Grenoble have designed a nursery for 40 children in the little town of Tencin,...

COBE: Frederiksvej Kindergarten, the pre-school designed by children

14-06-2017

COBE: Frederiksvej Kindergarten, the pre-school designed by children

Built on the site of a smaller kindergarten in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, COBE’s project is...

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