Kindergarten is the first time children contact with the small environment of society, how can let children feel the love and fun from the community? This needs to start from every detail of children's contact, with the concept of kindergarten can not be separated from the relationship, how can we reflect this concept? Next, follow Zhengzhou kindergarten decoration company Hong Haotang together to enjoy, located in Seoul,'s garden-like kindergarten decoration design.
The case is located in an apartment complex in Seoul, South Korea, named Flower Kindergarten, hoping to create a vibrant and natural space for children. Designers have replaced the bilateral corridors commonly used in Korean kindergartens with several composite functional areas, which are connected by spirals and staircases connecting the various layers, providing more available space and a diverse teaching environment for kindergartens.
The composite functional area not but also becomes a space for children to learn and play while taking on the transportation function. The up-and-down structural walls facilitate the construction, while the composite functional area, which constantly changes position on the plane, activates the inner space atmosphere of the kindergarten. Each floor of the interior space is painted with a specific color, children can identify the floor by color, day and night different light can also lead to changes in the color of the room, promote the child's sensitivity to color formation.
The vertical planting system of the facade provides an opportunity for children to grow and observe the plants up close. In Korea's cold winter months, outdoor vertical planting systems are difficult to operate. However, from spring to autumn, people can follow the seasonal cycle of plants to sow seeds. Rooftop gardens and sunken gardens allow children and teachers to enjoy nature every day, and underground storm water pools store rainwater collected from the surface and roof gardens and reuse them for irrigation, while rooftop solar panels and natural vents in each classroom improve the building's performance.