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    [post_date] => 2020-04-29 14:03:33
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    [post_content] => carousel[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.2885-15/sh0.08/e35/s640x640/95023999_132868711674417_8400423271297316256_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent.cdninstagram.com&_nc_ohc=HrKEzY7DK8MAX9PuZsW&oh=c59493d5cb2ceb8e8b01fbc6ba35e45b&oe=5ED13F8A[[[SEPARATOR]]][[[SEPARATOR]]]As most schools and daycare centres are still closed, we would like to take a look back at one of our earlier projects in Austria – Kindergarten Sighartstein - realised by in 2009. Hopefully laughter and joyful noise will soon fill these rooms again.

The kindergarten (including a crèche) for four groups of children is incorporated  into the landscape like a chameleon. 
The first impression of this place in the midst of green meadows and fields leads to the concept of the built playground. The elevated and abstractly stylized “grass” facade of the cubic building brings a certain harmony to the volume as well as an identity and orientation for the kindergarten.
The inner organization of the two- storey building follows the logic of use: On the ground floor, one finds the space for the kindergarten groups – with direct access to the garden while the crèche groups are kept safe in the floor above. The group rooms are lined up along the south side with direct access to the terrace. To the east are additional rooms such as the personnel area, administration, quiet room and mess hall. The mid-point and core of the building is the multifunctional “interactions space” – a public communication area located at the intersection between functions. The multi-functional hall is a communicative centre for children and caretakers, used as a junction for various functions: a space for shared activities and an alternative space for bad-weather activities.

Photos by Angelo Kaunat
#kadawittfeldarchitektur #designedbykwa #architecture #kita #kindergarten #architectureforchildren #childrensarchitecture #daycarecenter #archilovers #architecturephotography #distancing #wemissyou #sighartstein[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://www.instagram.com/p/B_kGgFiqhdV/
    [post_title] => As most schools and daycare centres are still closed, we would like to take a look back at one of our earlier projects in Austria – Kindergarten Sighartstein - realised by in 2009. Hopefully laughter and joyful noise will soon fill these rooms again. The kindergarten (including a crèche) for four groups of children is incorporated into the landscape like a chameleon. The first impression of this place in the midst of green meadows and fields leads to the concept of the built playground. The elevated and abstractly stylized “grass” facade of the cubic building brings a certain harmony to the volume as well as an identity and orientation for the kindergarten. The inner organization of the two- storey building follows the logic of use: On the ground floor, one finds the space for the kindergarten groups – with direct access to the garden while the crèche groups are kept safe in the floor above. The group rooms are lined up along the south side with direct access to the terrace. To the east are additional rooms such as the personnel area, administration, quiet room and mess hall. The mid-point and core of the building is the multifunctional “interactions space” – a public communication area located at the intersection between functions. The multi-functional hall is a communicative centre for children and caretakers, used as a junction for various functions: a space for shared activities and an alternative space for bad-weather activities. Photos by Angelo Kaunat #kadawittfeldarchitektur #designedbykwa #architecture #kita #kindergarten #architectureforchildren #childrensarchitecture #daycarecenter #archilovers #architecturephotography #distancing #wemissyou #sighartstein
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