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.
In their first project in Japan, MAD Architects combine the memory of the site, an old house converted into a kindergarten, with contemporary architecture: Clover House stands out from its...
R2k Architectes from Grenoble have designed a nursery for 40 children in the little town of Tencin, in France. With its wooden shingle covering, the Relais d'Assistance Maternelle in Tencin, designed...
Built on the site of a smaller kindergarten in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, COBE’s project is designed to welcome 182 youngsters and was inspired by children’s drawings. Frederiksvej Kindergarten...