This nursery is not just a container for toys and for children "parked" there for the day, but a scenario designed to get even the smallest children involved in discovering possible forms of dialogue with their environment. The building's architecture promotes, encourages and triggers infants' natural predisposition for exploration.
In other words, architecture itself becomes a game.
The nursery, on a single level above ground, is located in a garden, resting on a lawn that allows this playful world to extend into the open air in good weather. It has that reassuring look of the houses children draw.
A gable roof, colourful walls, a garden all around... the building is perfectly recognisable and makes children feel right at home. An important feature for the smallest infants, offering reassurance as they learn to get to know the new place that is the nursery.