Kindergarten Architecture

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Numerous studies explore the effects of architecture on children's behavior and have their effect on the design of educational establishments. This book gathers a selection of schools and nurseries by 30 of the most relevant architects of the world. This projects aim to create imaginative and evocative atmospheres. Many of this spaces also serve as meeting places for the local community. Another important aspect is environmental 'intelligence', with energy saving systems, passive house standards and light optimization all factors that come into play. From the astronomy 'classroom of the future' in west London to a bubble-structured nursery in Japan, the forward-thinking projects herein are well presented with clear text, plans and photos. The book takes a close look at technological and ecological installations such as solar panels, tanks for rainwater collection and the recycling of materials.

  • Publication Date: 2018
  • 22.5 x 26 cm 8.8 x 10.2 in
  • Architecture and Interiors
  • 300 pages
  • 400 colorful images
  • ISBN EN: 978 84 9936 711 8
  • 2 kg

Cayetano Cardelús is a renowned Spanish editor and architects with a specific focus on sustainable architecture. He has created an extensive collection of specialized books that explore and promote the integration of architecture with the environment, highlighting eco-friendly designs and sustainable solutions.

"Kindergarten: where young minds take their first steps into a world of wonder, curiosity, and limitless possibilities."