This is a kindergarten that grows up with the future residents of the apartment and is an extension of the home. We hope that through this kindergarten space, young families in the apartment can be gathered into a small loving settlement, where more warm and interesting parent-child time can take place.
The classroom area has abandoned the traditional "hall, aisle, classroom" space planning based on an adult management system, and designed an "individual-community" layout based on children's perspective. It creates an interpersonal interaction experience of "individuals, small organizations, and large groups" by simulating in the space: "village, family, square, house in front of and behind the house", which is helpful for children to adapt to their own experience in the group according to their own feelings Character.
In the open area, there are staggered reading areas on stairs, small spaces where you can share each other's privacy when climbing up, a loft that extends upwards like a tree house and you can enjoy the sky, and colorful graffiti areas scattered around... ...Children can socialize and learn freely on their own feelings in these small spaces to achieve "security-observation-contact-experience-exploration" and get natural learning and growth.
The creation of the spatial relationship between the interior and exterior of the classroom is also combined with the “main house, thatched house, front yard, and backyard” in the courtyard to form the corresponding “teaching space, bathroom, and activity space” in the children’s classroom, allowing children to have different spaces. Observe the experience.