Archive for the ‘Kindergarten’ Category
Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Article source: ONL Arquitectura
As the site is small and triangular in shape, the project design has to focus on devoting as much exterior space as possible to the playground, in a single area oriented to the south. The simplicity of the exterior building envelope, in particular the roof which has a single slope, is only broken by two skylights which provide the natural light needed inside the classrooms in a uniform way.
Image Courtesy © Gianluca Giaccone
- Architects: ONL Arquitectura
- Project: La Baldufa Municipal Kindergarten
- Location: Carrer Conflent, Olesa de Montserrat, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Gianluca Giaccone
- Team: Joan Nogué, Txema Onzain, Félix López
- Project Data: 2008
- Construction Data: 2009-2010
- Surface in m2: 898 m2
- Budget: 948.000€
- Developer: Ajuntament d’Olesa de Montserrat
- Constructors: SEPISA, S.A.
- Collaborators: Arch. Gianluca Giaccone, Arch. Giorgia Sgarbossa, Mar Balcells, estudiant
- Installations: Font i Armengol enginyers.
- Structure: BIS Arquitectes
Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Article source: BURO II + ARCHI+I
Due to the increasing number of students, the local Oostduinkerke school needed to expand. The building premises are situated in the centre of town, in between the backyards of the surrounding buildings. The newly constructed nursery section will be partly underground. This way, the new building creates a number of benefi ts: A scenic integration with the build-up environment and a spacious outside play area for the children. All classes walk out into a wind-free covered class garden that serves as a safe outside area.
Image Courtesy BURO II + ARCHI+I
- Architects: BURO II + ARCHI+I
- Project: Passive Kindergarten Oostduinkerke
- Location: Koksijde, Belgium
- Photography: Klaas Verdru
- Client: Municipal Koksĳ de
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Arch. Tom Vandorpe [project director]
Ir. Arch. Isabel Vlaeminck [design architect]
Arch. Nancy Latruwe [project architect]
Arch. urban planner Maarten Vansteenhuyse [landscape architect]
Int.arch. Joost Claeys [interior architect]
- Area surface: 8.363,63 m²
- Land use of the building: 4.736,33 m³
- Gross floor area: 1.246.38 m²
Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Article source: Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen
Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen Ltd. has designed a future school concept for Aurinkokivi area in Vantaa, Finland. The design was awarded in the architectural competition for its inspiring architecture and child-friendly spaces. The City of Vantaa announced the results of Aurinkokivi school design competition on 14.2.2013. Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen was awarded a purchase prize with the entry “Tivoli”.
Image Courtesy Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen
- Architects: Architects Rudanko + Kankkunen
- Project: Aurinkokivi School Competition
- Location: Vantaa, Finland
- Year: 2012-13
- Use: School, kindergarten and nursery
- Floor area: 9000 m2
- Software used: Archicad and Rhino
Friday, February 8th, 2013
Article source: Raphael Zuber Architekt
The building stands in the middle of a garden on a public square. The square is a uniformly sloping paved surface, planted with walnut trees and is the playground for the school. The garden is a circular crater, overgrown with a field of flowers, and is the outside play area for the kindergarten. The geometry of the garden and the level of the building are determined by a quadrate horizontal surface on which the building stands and by the two approaches.
Image Courtesy © Javier Miguel Verme
- Architects: Raphael Zuber Architekt
- Project: School House and kindergarten
- Location: Grono, Switzerland
- Photography: Javier Miguel Verme
- Client: Comune politico di 6537 Grono
- Competition: 1st prize, 2007
- Architect: Raphael Zuber, Chur
- Collaborators: David Gianinazzi, Kosuke Yutani
- Project Managemer: Thomas Melliger – Bauplanung, Zürich
- Construction supervisor: Devis Bruni and Giulio Cereghetti, Mesocco
- Structural Engineer: Patrick Gartmann (Conzett Bronzini Gartmann AG, Chur)
- Landscape Architect: 4D AG Landschaftsarchitekten, Bern
- Beginn of planning: january 2008
- Beginn of construction: march 2009
- End of construction: August 2011
Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
Article source: RIPOLLTIZON
Consell Kindergarten is the extension of the School Complex “Bartomeu Ordines” in Consell, Mallorca (Spain). The new building is composed of: six classrooms (for children between 3 and 5 years old), one psychomotor classroom and a dining area including kitchen.
Image Courtesy José Hevia
- Architects: RIPOLLTIZON
- Project: CONSELL KINDERGARTEN
- Location: Francisca Homar Pascual Av. – Consell. Mallorca. Spain
- Architect: Pep Ripoll – Juan Miguel Tizón
- Collaborators: Pablo García (architect), Claudia Bacci (architect), Luis Sánchez (architect)
- Quantity Surveyor: Toni Arqué
- IBISEC Collaborators: Juan Vanrell (architect IBISEC), José Juan Amengual (quantity surveyor IBISEC)
- Structural Engineer: Jorge Martín
- Building Services: TIIS Ingeniería (more…)
Thursday, August 30th, 2012
Article source: Duch Piza Arquitectos
Extension of a kindergarten built in 1930, with a “U” form plan that used to surround a courtyard. We turn this courtyard into the central hall: meeting point, works’ exhibition, lit from above.
Image Courtesy Jaime Sicilia
- Architect: Duch Piza Arquitectos
- Project: Son Ferriol Kindergarten
- Location: Lleo XIII St. corner E. Nacional St.
- Architects: Project in collaboration with C. Hernandez arch
- Promoter: Patronat Mpal d´Escoletes de Palma
- Structure: F. Purroy
- Facilities: TIIS.
- Technical Arch.: Oscar Menendez Vinent
- Collaborators: G. Riverón, E. Parareda, T. Garau
- Photo: Jaime Sicilia
- Constructor: Llull Sastre.
- Budget.: 851,722.56€
- Project: 2007.
- Completion of work: 2009
Wednesday, July 11th, 2012
Article source: COMPLEET | Delbarre & Cabrera Associées
How to synthesize a contextual, functional and aesthetic work through an architecture ?
The confidential characteristic of the Passage des Tourelles in the XXth arrondissement of Paris led us to imagine an opened equipment of proximity, a “breathing area” at the heart of a dense urban tissue.
The very particular presence of this nursery is expressed by a voluntarily marked architectural bias. An image shaped by the meeting of two entities where typologies, materials and asserted colours produce a reading which is simple, plural and sequential at the same time.
Image Courtesy Grégoire Vieille
- Architects: COMPLEET | Delbarre & Cabrera Associées
- Project: Between the Lines – 25 cradles Nursery
- Location: Passage des Tourelles 75020 Paris, France
- Client : City Of Paris – SLA XX
- Surface : 272 m² – Cost : 780.000 € Ht
- Construction Engineering : Corebat
- Photos : Grégoire Vieille
Friday, July 6th, 2012
Article source: Földes & Co. Architects Ltd.
We meant this day care, designed for the small town of Zsámbék near to the capital, to be a building which can add value to this small-town and featureless residential built enviroment.
We mixed the functionally strict floor plan of the créche with a traditional and community building space form – the cloister. We’ve placed the group rooms and the central multifunctional space around the cloister. This way the créche became appropriate for developing relationship between parents and organising baby-parent events as well.
Image Courtesy Tibor Zsitva
- Architects: Földes & Co. Architects Ltd.
- Project: Daycare
- Location: Zsámbék, Hungary
- Lead architects: László Földes, Csaba Balogh
- Project team: Levente Sirokai, János Sarusi-Kis, Péter Sónicz, Kati Fábry, Ágnes Deigner
- Client: Local Government of Zsámbék
- Building area: netto 631 m2
- Completion: 2011
- Software used: Archicad for the plans
Thursday, June 14th, 2012
Article source: Eva Samuel Architects
In the district of the Olympics, the reconstruction of the kindergarten takes the shape of a toy gleaming between the towers and bars nearby. She participates in the revival of an operation planning, control of the 60/70, dense, and mixed functional. In this lively neighborhood, the city undertook a project of land consolidation and redevelopment of outdoor spaces. The school, tiny among the towers, intends to play its role in this context: enhancing the image of the equipment and resist the overwhelming presence of nearby buildings and pervasiveness of the concrete.
École Maternelle Javelot
- Architects: Eva Samuel Architects
- Project: École Maternelle Javelot
- Location:Paris, France
- Owner: Paris City Hall
- Project Management: E. Samuel Architecte & Associés, S. Romain Architecte, S. Dirvariu, F. Laheurte Assistants, Forgue, Économiste, Evp, Structure, Bethac, Fluide, Arwytec, Cuisiniste, Rfr Elements, Hqe Ayda, Acoustique
- Programme: Ecole Maternelle / 8 Classes, Restauration Scolaire, Rehab.Lourde
- Surface: 2 400 M²
- Budget: 8,5 ME
- Livraison: 2011
- Entreprise: EIFFAGE
Thursday, May 24th, 2012
Article source: Ecker Architekten
The kindergarten ‘Dandelion Clock’ educates children with physical or developmental handicaps. Four similar modules form the building, three of which contain two classrooms and a therapy room. Overhangs shade façades and permit outdoor play in poor weather. The units are radially distributed about an atrium, which serves as a traffic zone, an indoor playing field, and a dining hall. This center is naturally lit and ventilated by four roof monitors.
Perspective view (Image Courtesy Constantin Mayer, Köln)
- Architects: Ecker Architekten
- Project: Kindergarten Dandelion Clock
- Location: Buchen, Germany
- Photography: Constantin Mayer, Köln