Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Inspiring School Design: Fuji Kindergarten in Japan

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If you are a designer or architect, you can take your brilliant ideas global. In this case, Fuji Kindergarten (completed in 2007) provides a learning environment that fosters the individual development and expression of all its pupils in Japan.
This ethos has been created through a building that doubles as a huge piece of play equipment. The Montessori pedagogy on which the design is based creates a building with no walls. Classroom spaces, play areas, and support facilities merge into one, offering a landscape for children to explore and adapt to suit their needs.
Project facts here.

The architects (courtesy photo above) behind the project can be found here

Fuji Kindergarten website here.


Georgi Vasilev said...

This place looks amazing. With it's great opportunities it motivates me a lot. Thanks for great read.

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