Archive for the ‘Kindergarten’ Category
Saturday, July 12th, 2014
Article source: VAUMM
Settled down on north and west side, the building opens towards the south and south-east, the most open and furthest direction from the walls, batters and staircases that give shape to the park. The diagram of arrangement works out in both floors, the entrance from north face of site and from there, the different elements are organized in two arms, hugging the court.
Image Courtesy © Aitor Ortiz
- Architects: VAUMM
- Project: Sansaburu Kindergarten and parking
- Location: Gipuzko, Spain
- Photography: Aitor Ortiz
- Client: IMESA S.A.
- Colaborators during the competition: Amaya El Busto Saenz
- Colaboratos during the Project: Sonia Diez de Gereñu _ student, Ainhoa Errazkin _ student
- Installations: INCONOR Ingenieros Consultores.
- Constructor: FONORTE S.A.
- Estimate : 2.098.319 €
- Parking area: 3.242 m2.
- Kindergarten area: 1.227 m2.
- Playground area: 715 m2.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Article source: SPONGE ARCHITECTS
The project “Kinderstad” (Dutch for “children’s city”) emanated from the Young Architects Competition of the Dutch National Board of Architects (BNA) together with the Ronald McDonald Children’s Foundation (Kinderfonds) in 2003. SPONGE ARCHITECTS & Rupali-Gupta in cooperation with IOU ARCHITECTURE (Björn van Rheenen, Rupali Gupta and Roland Pouw) won the first prize and received at the same time the appointment to realize the winning design for both the exterior and interior work including the management of the project. “Kinderstad” is the first project among the projects presented to the BNA Young Architects Competition that has actually been realized and implemented. The similarity between the result and the competition design is striking. During the process of the implementation almost all ideas and designs have been adopted.
Image Courtesy © Kees Hummel
- Architects: SPONGE ARCHITECTS & Rupali-Gupta in cooperation with IOU ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Ronald McDonald VU-Kinderstad
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Photography: Kees Hummel
- Project architect and -manager:Björn van Rheenen (SPONGE, ARCHITECTS)
- Principal: Ronald McDonald VU Huis /Kinderstad
- Building contractor: BAM Utiliteitsbouw, Amsterdam
- Structural engineer: DHV, Rotterdam
- Installations: Kropman, Utrecht
- Start of conceptual design: November 2003
- Start of construction: May 2006
- Acceptance of construction work: October 2007
- Dedication: February 2008
- Total area: 1000m²
- Volume: 4000m³
- Construction sum incl. installation: 3.500.000,- Euro (excl. VAT)
Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
Article source: Felipe Bernal Henao + Javier Castañeda Acero + Alejandro Restrepo Montoya
Background and Context
Since 2008, 21 new kindergartens have been built in Medellín in barrios with problems of insecurity and social inequality. The El Pinal Kindergarten was awarded through a public architectural tender and has been conceived as a space for education, culture and life. The project is located on the slopes of the central – eastern area of Medellín, in a sector of unplanned settlements and informal housing.
Image Courtesy © Juan Felipe Gómez Tobón
- Architects: Felipe Bernal Henao + Javier Castañeda Acero + Alejandro Restrepo Montoya
- Project: THE EL PINAL KINDERGARTEN
- Location: Medellín, Colombia
- Photography: Juan Felipe Gómez Tobón
- Software used: Autocad 2014, Sketch up and 3D-Max.
- STRUCTURAL DESIGN: Jorge Arbeláez
- HYDROSANITARY DESIGN: Caudales y Presiones S.A.
- ELECTRICAL AND ILLUMINATION DESIGN: Lighten S.A.
- LANDSCAPING DESIGN: Andrés Ospina
- ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONSULTANT: Carlos Mario Rodríguez Osorio
- BIOCLIMATIC AND ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Ader Augusto González, PVG Arquitectos
- YEAR: 2012
- SURFACE AREA: 850 m2
- ARCHITECTURAL – DESIGN AND PROJECT – DEVELOPMENT GROUP: Juan David, Cerón Betancur, Luis Felipe Cardona, Juan Esteban Parra Henao, Pablo Rico Álvarez, Parmenio Bedoya Aguirre, Maritza Mejía, Sebastián Vallejo Palacio, Eugenio Lara Rodríguez, Martina Centeno, Carlos Ossa, Steven Yepes, Camilo Arenas, Maida González, Alejandro Vanegas, Yuri Rosero, David Hernández, Santiago Bedoya Macías, Felipe Valencia Herrera
Friday, January 24th, 2014
Article source: Sarit Shani Hay
A unique educational center promoting imagination and creativity by interior designer Sarit Shani Hay. It spans a cluster of six kindergartens ages 3-6, a play commons, and an empowerment center, where each functions as an independent unit with its own identity, and together they form an educational space offering a friendly, informal environment.
Image Courtesy © Sarit Shani Hay
- Architects: Sarit Shani Hay
- Project: The Seven Species
- Location: Kfar Shmaryahu, Israel
- Software used: Autocad and Sketchup Yael
Friday, January 17th, 2014
Article source: Studioninedots
The school of the 21st century needs to satisfy a long list of demands, some of which seem at first to be contradictory. It needs to have character and function as an anchoring point within the neighbourhood. It must be multifunctional, flexible, energy-efficient, sustainable, affordable, and possible to build within just a few months. Impossible? No. In fact, it was recently completed: the Integraal Kindcentrum (Integral Child Centre, IKC) Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam, designed by Studioninedots. The building was opened on 29 November.
Image Courtesy © Peter Cuypers
- Architects: Studioninedots
- Project: Pilot IKC Zeeburgereiland
- Location: Zeeburgereiland, Amsterdam
- Photography: Peter Cuypers
- Client: Stadsdeel Oost, Gemeente Amsterdam
- Type: Primary School, 2800m2 phase 1. with 600m2 extension
- Plot: 2.400 m2
- Design-completion: 2012-2013
- Status: completed
- Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl.
- Project team: Daniel Aw, Jarno van Essen, Monika Pieroth, Eliano Felício, Pedro Piernas.
- Contractor & developer: Verlaat Uden Bouwsystemen
- Furniture: Metnils
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: archohm
Gen next is a well-known preschool brand acknowledged for its ‘walk the talk’ philosophy. They follow a simple principle, ‘if you want children to be innovative and enthusiastic; you have to provide them with a stimulating and inspiring environment!’ ‘A home away from home for tiny tots’; this was the brief for the new school campus at Noida, Sector 62. It was a linear corner plot measuring 50m by 19.2m. Flanked by high-rise apartments on the north and west side, the site was framed by roads on the eastern and southern side.
Image Courtesy © archohm
- Architects: archohm
- Project: Gen Next Pre-school
- Location: Noida, India
- Typology: Institute
- Name of Project: Gen Next School
- Name of Client: Mr. Anil Maheshwari
- Name of Client’s Firm: M/S Gayatri Anand Educational Society
- Principal Architect: Mr. Sourabh Gupta,
- Design Team: Mr. Murli Dharan, Ms. Aditi, Shivdutt sharma
- Site Area: 1850.00 sqm.
- Built-Up Area: 20000 sqft.
- Start Year: 2010
- Completion Year: 2010
- Completion timeline: 10 months
Thursday, November 21st, 2013
Article source: Ark-Kassam Architects
Site & Location:
This project is situated in the heart of Doha city; the capital of the State of Qatar which is taking its leap towards being one of the most internationally recognized and active economical hub attracting many professionals form around the world in addition to local citizens who are taking their places in such development. The site is located in Al-Wakir, East Hilal area presenting an active space between several important streets and highways and commercial buildings.
Image Courtesy © Ark-Kassam Architects
- Architects: Ark-Kassam Architects
- Project: Kindergarten
- Location: Doha, Qatar
- Architect: Abdalrahim Kassam
- Client: Ebla Co, Hilal Arnaoot
- Year: 2014-2015
- TotalBuilt area: 2370 Sq. M
- Software used: AutoCAD, Max. Photoshop.
Friday, September 27th, 2013
Article source: UID Architects
One circle is the completed form because it has strong centripetal characteristics. However, overlapping two circles changes the form that has various vectors and is not centripetal. It is that it becomes the space that does not prescribe the domain as various places to stay, and it is connected to the environment gently. I expect that babies bring up sensitivity in this architecture because “Peanut” is not completed form by the same token and is a plant bearing fruit in soil.
Image Courtesy © Hiroshi Ueda
- Architects: UID Architects
- Project: Peanuts
- Location: Hiroshima,Japan
- Photography: Hiroshi Ueda
- Consultants: Konishi Structural Engineers – Yasutaka Konishi , Takeshi Kaneko, structural;, Toshiya Ogino Environment Design Office –, Toshiya Ogino
- General contractor: Home Co. Ltd.－Kakuta Hiroki, Katsufumi Ichikawa, Atsuhiro Masuda
- Structural system: wood structure
- Used materials: concrete, wooden flooring (flooring)wooden board(wall), structural plywood(ceiling)
- Site area: 1,501.81㎡
- Built area: 118.74㎡
- Total floor area: 118.74㎡
- Date of completion: March, 2012
Friday, September 20th, 2013
Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
It is a interior of kindergarten which is specific for art education.
The plan proposes a multi-purpose space to carry out regular nursery activities as well as special activities for both children and adults such as concerts, performances, exhibitions and workshops for children.
Therefore, by installing playground equipment shaped like a big mountain, which prompt various activities, I aimed to create a space where children and adults can expand their imagination.
Image Courtesy © atsushi ishida, nacasa & partners
- Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
- Project: PIXY HALL
- Location: Kanagawa, Japan
- Photography: atsushi ishida, nacasa & partners
- Use: Kindergarten
- Area: 90sqm
- Client: piccolino kindergarten
Awards( Firm )
- iF Design Award “Gold Award” (Germany )
- INTERIOR DESIGN Best of Year Awards 2011 “Best of Year / 1st prize” ( USA )
- SBID(Society of British Interior Design) International Award “Best Commercial Space/ 1st prize” (UK)
- red dot design award (Germany)
- International Architecture Awards Shortlist (USA)
- Design for Asia Awards “Merit Award” (HongKong )
- Modern Decoration International Media Award “Annual Commercial Space Award / 1st prize “（China )
- Japanese Society of Commercial Space Designers Award
- Japan Display Design Association Award
- Japan Sign Design Association Award
- Japan Kids Design Association Award …and many others
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Article source: B2 Architecture
In a strictly orthogonal urban context, in the street of Via Ugo Betti in Milan, we decided to create an oasis for children, that will break down the rigorosity with the help of organic and playful shapes. The design of the building and its surroundings will create a bridge between the neighborhood and the children by orienting itself to the main directions of the site, by respecting its weather context and by embracing the nature that is already on there.
Image Courtesy © B2 Architecture
- Architects: B2 Architecture
- Project: Small Explorers Kindergarten – Instant House Competition Winner
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Function: Kindergarten
- Bldg area: 679 m2
- Stories B, FL: groundfloor only
- Structure: wooden structure
- Rendering: B2 Architecture
- Landscape design: B2 Architecture