Early Learning Village Singapore Building

Early Learning Village, Singapore Building

The Early Learning Village represents an extraordinary milestone in the delivery of international pre-school education. This remarkable, ground-breaking school was designed by leading architectural studio Bogle Architects for the global schools operator Cognita.

Ladybird Early Learning Centre

Ladybird Early Learning Centre in Dubai

From the start architects and client agreed design of Ladybird Early Learning Centre – by Godwin Austen Johnson Architects – should encourage young minds through the creative use of natural light, views, internal and external spatial sequences.

Neobio Family Park

Neobio Family Park in Shanghai

The Neobio Family Park in Shanghai was designed by X+Living. It is divided into Reading Area, Dinning Area, Sims City, Climbing Area and Party Room. On entering the main entrance, you are surrounded by wavy forests and rolling hills, these are the book shelves of the reading area and a great place for kids to play hide-and-seek.

Maple Street School

Maple Street School in Brooklyn

Design: BFDO Architects & 4|MATIV

Maple Street School, located in the rapidly changing neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, in Brooklyn, was looking to expand into a second location and found a fitting site in a new mixed use development.

Nubo

NUBO Pure Play in Sydney

Design: Frost*collective with Joey Ho and Patrick Leung of PalDesign Architects. Built around best practices for early childhood education through the lense of play, NUBO supports play and educational growth through exploration and connection.

Nørrebro Kindergarden Building

Forfatterhuset Kindergarden

Design: COBE, architects – new photos

Forfatterhuset Kindergarden, a new daycare center building in Nørrebro with curved corners, lush roof gardens and a contextual brick facade that gives the building a warm modern feel.

Kindergarten Neuwied

Kindergarten in Neuwied

Design: M+ Architekten/herrmanns-architekten

The new nursery has been built on the site of the existing kindergarten. For this reason, the roof area of the new single storey building is designed as a playground. In keeping with the Montessori pedagogic method, the building is the most important toy.

Albert Camus School

Albert Camus School in Coulaines

Design: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes

The school center is located 200 km southwest of Paris nearby the town Coulaines. The building projects include a primary school with 8 classrooms, a nursery with day care, a kindergarten, a gymnastic and community hall as well as a library and a school restaurant.

Charoenpong Kindergarten

Charoenpong Kindergarten in Bangkok

Design: I Like Design Studio. The brief for the project was to enlarge school building by transforming the formerly playground and yard. The new building has 7 classrooms, bathroom, recreational area, faculty room, lunch area and playground.