Offbeat Kindergarten in Finland - Architectural Office Fyra Designs Colorful Fantasyy in Helsinki

15:40  21 september  2021
15:40  21 september  2021 Source:   ad-magazin.de

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Colorful kindergarten in Finland: Architectural Office Fyra Artwork designed in Helsinki for children.

Only two kilometers from the center of Helsinkis is located in the district of Jäckkaäari. Immediately on the waterfront promenade, the "Wood City" was completed there in spring 2021. The 34,000 square meter area includes two residential houses, an office building, a hotel and a parking garage - the raw material used: mainly wood. Now recently the daycare of the "New Nordic School by the Sea" has been expanding the offer of "Wood City" - and it has it, we are finally in Finland, in itself.

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On behalf of the Gaming Company Supercell Oy designed the architect: inside Fyra a bilingual day care center for the creative heads of tomorrow. There was a group of students: inside the architectural school for children and adolescents "Arkki" extensive preliminary work and determined by workshops the needs of kindergarten children. The final design includes a generous, open community area with kitchen and a separate relaxation area.

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The main focus in the design of the rooms lay on the use of child-friendly materials, which are both durable and natural. To create an inviting atmosphere, the architects clad the walls mostly with bright ash. In between there are a flying Waal, a blue rowing boat or a striped lighthouse again - illustrations that designed the Finnish Animation Studio Piñata as a colorful reverence to the near Baltic Sea specifically designed for the day care center.

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Diving in every corner small details: Wavy carpets mark the playing corners of children, concrete columns were disguised with thick polesters and now add themselves as seating in the common room . The light switches received the form of building blocks. Under the playful roof landscape, seating groups are grouped, where children eat together, play board games or stack building blocks. And in the relaxation room covered gray tones, darkened curtains and a moon-like ceiling light for a quiet lunch sleep.

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So a kindergarten looks like in Finland: For a carefree start, the day care center New Nordic School by the Sea is a fantastic place where the Scandinavian interior tradition with a childcare meets, which is still sonicated.

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