Nursery in Buhl

C3 Special
Familiarizing Adventure Space for KIDS
ISSN : 2092-5190
16 Projects

Space for Kids Familiarizing Adventure Familiarizing Adventure: Designing Environments for Early Childhood Education _ Isabel Potworowski

La Barrosa Infant Pavilion_Gabriel Verd Arquitectos
ACT for Kids_m3architecture
Brutalist Playground_Assemble + Simon Terrill
Clover House Kindergarten_MAD Architects
Jerry House_Onion
Hanazono Kindergarten and Nursery_Hibinosekkei + Youji no Shiro
The Youth Wing for Art Education, Israel Museum Jerusalem_Ifat Finkelman + Deborah Pinto Fdeda
Cassarate Kindergarten_Bruno Fioretti Marquez
Nursery in Buhl_Dominique Coulon & Associes
Kindergarten in Stabio_studio we architetti
Nursery and Primary School in Saint-Denis_Paul Le Quernec
Nursery School in Haro_Taller Basico de Arquitectura
Prangins Kindergarten_Pierre-Alain Dupraz
Amanenomori Nursery School_Aisaka Architects’ Atelier
Child Day Care Center_Burobill & ZAmpone architectuur
Space for Children - Kaleidoscope_A2arquitectos

흥미 자아내기- 어린이 공간 계획의 핵심 흥미진진한 교실: 유아 교육을 위한 공간 계획_ 이자벨 포트워로우스키

라 바로사 공립 초등학교 부속 유치원_가브리엘 베르드 아르끼떽또 학대가정 지원센터와 유치원_m3아키텍쳐 브루탈리즘 놀이터_어셈블 + 시몬 테릴 클로버 유치원_매드 아키텍츠 톰과 제리의 집_오니언 하나조노 유치원_히비노세케이 + 유지 노 시로 이스라엘 박물관 앞 나무집 놀이터_이팟 핀켈만 + 데보라 핀토 프데다 까사레떼의 작은 마을 유치원_브루노 삐오레띠 마르케스 요새를 닮은 탁아소_도미니크 꼴룬 앤 어쑤씨에 스타비오 유치원_스튜디오 위 아르끼떼띠 생드니 초등학교와 병설 유치원_폴 르 꿰르넥 아로 시 언덕 위 유치원_딸레르 바지코 데 아르끼떽뚜라 프헝장 유치원_피에흐 알랑 듀프하 아마네노모리 자연 속 유아원_아이사카 아키텍츠 아뜰리에 뉼랜드 어린이집_뷰로빌 앤 잠포네 아키텍투르 만화경 놀이터_A2아르끼떽또스

Designing environments for educating young children is a fascinating endeavour, because through them, they are guided in their discovery of the world. How can the design of these environments kindle children’s natural curiosity and eagerness to learn? What kind of conditions encourage children to explore different activities, and to develop their personal interests? A balance between two opposing but complementary spatial qualities is needed: on the one hand, designs of contemporary kindergartens and nurseries provide spaces that can simultaneously host a variety of different activities, and that are rich in visual stimuli. In this way, they engage children in self-directed play. On the other hand, they provide a familiar and secure environment by organizing learning spaces around a central, intimate “home base”, by establishing a domestic scale, and by designing a protective exterior and entrance. By doing so, they create an environment that resembles a home, from which children can confidently venture out to explore the world around them. written by Isabel Potworowski