Kindergarten for the real child

By Cathryn Wellner / September 23, 2015

Roof of the Tokyo kindergarten designed by Takaharu Tezuka; photo clip from video below

Real children do not sit in rows or at work stations, at least not for long. They jump up, run around, tumble, laugh and explore. Architect Takaharu Tezuka designed a kindergarten for real children.

It is a big circle where children can rum and jump, climb trees, hang their legs out over space, move cubes around to design their learning area, and generally be themselves. This is a kindergarten built to encourage imagination and movement.

Takaharu Tezuka makes the point that architects can design for humans, in world-changing way. This school is a good example of his vision in action.

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