ARCHITECTURE&KIDS, INSPIRE

MIXING ARCHITECTURE, KIDS AND WINE.

And this is the result, a great kindergarten building in a small winery village in Slovakia.

From the architect: ” Designing the kindergarten at the extremely small area, in the winery village Limbach close to the Slovak capital Bratislava, was for us very challenging project. At the area of only 935m2 we needed to place classrooms for 40 children, dayroom, office for director, kitchen with facilities, playground spaces and parking area for parents and staff.

The main visual element of the object is for children an easy comprehensible theme of house with a sloped roof and playful windows. The south-east orientation of the windows creates a direct visual contact with vineyard and this way also visually enlarges the green area around the object.”

A great building completely integrated in a great environment.

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More info at architect’s website. Photographs: Tomáš Manina.