children daycare center projects

July 19, 2017 | Author: Manar Mohamed Hassan | Category: Preschool, Day Care, Kindergarten, Human Life Stages, Childhood
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Day Care Center Facilities Please distribute For Educational use.

Collected By: Arch. Manar Mohamed Hassan

Hollis Avenue Day Care Center Queens, N.Y. James Harb Architects, Andrew Bartle Architects & Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architects Whimsical Design Creates Inviting Neighborhood Amenity The Hollis Avenue Child Care Center is a new, glazed-brick cavity wall and steel-framed building that provides a much-needed range of preschool, after-school, and summer programs for 115 neighborhood children. The playful brick textile pattern wraps, envelops, and shields the activities of the children from the very noisy avenue and cold north winds. Six classrooms are oriented towards the south-facing playground in the courtyard with the balance of the program filling out the urban edge. The rear wall of the building is made of light aluminum sections, which begin as an elliptical frame for the rooftop playground and garden and then drape down the south wall almost reaching the ground. Landscape elements invade all four of the surfaces that form the cubic rear court. While the scale of the project is large and bold on the avenue, it then fragments into smaller elements on the side street that blend with the landscape and the modest frame houses of the neighborhood. The curious "sentry box" entry sits along this edge and welcomes the childen and staff to a double-height, light-filled vestibule that serves as a connection to the court area.


Birkdale Childcare Centre Scarborough, Ontario, Canada Teeple Architects Inc.

A modestly scaled facility shows appreciation for its natural context This childcare centre is situated along a ravine, in a park of suburban Toronto. The building is oriented to the ravine edge to take advantage of light and views, mimicking its natural contours. The centre is seen as a conceptual extension of the site itself—a topography for play. Designed to produce minimum impact on its surroundings and to make visiting like going to the park, this childcare centre provides a pleasurable experience in a young child’s life. Long, low roofs of glu-lam beams fan from a post and beam screen wall to a stone and stucco wall opposite the ravine. These roofs extend the form of the ravine into the structure of the building. The idea of the building as a part of nature is expressed in the twin "tree" columns, which carry the roof over the main playroom. As an entry to the Birkdale Ravine, the building provides an ideal vantage point for children to explore and learn to appreciate nature. Bay windows allow toddlers to enjoy views of the park and playground. The exposed wood structure provides a rich textural backdrop to all the playrooms.

Fawood Children’s Centre Alsop Architects London, UK

The new Fawood Children’s Centre provides, under one roof, a nursery for 3-5 year olds, nursery facilities for autistic and special needs children, and a Children’s Centre with adult learning services. The primary structure is a trapezoid shed enclosure, which takes the form of a steel portal frame structure with a deep overhanging roof, formed of a mix of opal polycarbonate roof cladding and bright pink powder-coated profiled steel cladding, on galvanised steel purlins and portal frame.

Mothers' Club Family Learning Center Pasadena, California, UNITED STATES

The mission of the center is to help prepare families living in isolation and poverty to succeed in school and in life through two-generation learning. Through the dedication and innovation of the project team this mission was fully supported and enhanced through its new LEED Gold facility.

Satuvakka daycare centre Heikki Lamusuo ARCHITECT SAFA Finland Daycare

Robert Gordon University nursery Halliday Fraser Munroe Scotland (Aberdeen) Nursery

Munich nursery school Ottman Architects Germany Nursery

First National Child Development Center Omaha Nebraska UNITED STATES

Joseph Lang ,Jeffrey Dolezal ,Robert Krupa ,Crystal Kelly ,Steve Selting

The building's scale is visually broken down through a series of changes in horizontal/vertical planes.

The rear playground is bounded by the building and the interstate.

The soaring roof forms become exterior play canopies as they cantilever outside.

Curved playground gates gives visual way to atrium space beyond.

Large atrium with full glazing wall allows natural light to enter into the interior space.

Sunshine Kindergarten Zhongshan, CHINA



Entrance bridge


Nussackerweg kindergarten Bernd Zimmermann Germany Nursery

Bubbletecture Maihara Kindegarten Winner of the competition Shuhei Endo


RozO Architecture Landscape Environment France/Reunion Island Nursery

Tetra Pak Nursery

D'Hondt - Heyninck - Parein Architecten Belgium Daycare Centre

Spruce Street Nursery School Boston, Massachusetts , United states 3,700 sf space in a downtown hi-rise for a new location of an existing nursery school program. The design’s open floor plan and use of color and light support the school’s mission of educating toddlers and pre-schoolers.

Bolles Wilson-Frankfurt 1989

ADHARSHILA VATIKA, NEW DELHI, INDIA A Kindergarten school has been designed with an attempt to form it as an educational tool with emphasis more on visual education, which keeps them learning by analyzing and observation, a process where they learn with fun. The classrooms area not closed rooms but having big windows overlooking the corridor and the exterior spaces which form a visual link between two spaces where children from different class and parents can have view of classroom activities, expanding the volume of teaching areas.

Kindergarten #911, Moreno Argentina 2006 It is proposed that children learn playing with and in the places, the building forms in its interior and exterior and with the building itself, that they discover different textures, corners, etc., all the time. That the building be at children scale, that it be fun and colorful, of story-book quality. The school is designed by curved forms to contain the children. Those curves form different corners in all space. A small amphitheater is used at story-telling time. The ceiling here is lower and it is used for hanging mobiles and toys. There are windows in the ceiling like a direct lighting fixture over the column (science tree).

Bottles and jars with lids are embedded in the walls so that the sun reflects through the glass with different lights. Things like toys, treasures ….

Site plan

Roof plan

Entrance portal

Rooms Amphitheatre

Playground entrance

Sjolander da Cruz Architects England (Birmingham) Nursery

References Architectural record magazene Design share (designing for the future of learning)

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