C3 Special
Spaces for Children

$38.0

Spaces for Children
Spaces and Places for Education _ Martha Thorne
Child’s Play _ Alison Killing
– Five Fields Play Structure _ Matter Design + FR|SCH Projects
– Playroom in University of Innsbruck _ Studio3 – Institute for Experimental Studies UIBK
– Public Nursery in Glyfada _ KLab Architecture
– Nursery in Guastalla _ Mario Cucinella Architects
– NUBO _ PAL Design Group
– Kindergarten Niederolang _ Feld72
– ATM Nursery _ Hibinosekkei + Youji no Shiro
– Chuon Chuon Kim 2 Kindergarten _ KIENTRUC O
– Fukumasu Base _ Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects
– Asahi Kindergarten _ Tezuka Architects
– Wish School _ Grupo Garoa Arquitetos Associados
– Baby Gym Barranquilla _ El Equipo Mazzanti
– Exupéry International School _ 8 A.M.
– María Montessori Mazatlán School _ EPArquitectos + Estudio Macías Peredo
– Children’s Village _ Aleph Zero + Rosenbaum
– Play Landscape be-MINE _ OMGEVING + Carve

 

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Spaces for Children
Spaces and Places for Education _ Martha Thorne

There’s no such thing as a “neutral” environment: your built environment is either helping you, or it’s hurting you. – Sarah Goldhagen

Clearly educational spaces for children has evolved over the years. However, the path has neither been constant, nor smooth. Different theories and ideas have surfaced in different fields – education, psychology, design, and politics. However, today as in no time in history, are we developing and sharing information in our search to understand the processes involved in learning and teaching and the role of the physical environment. We may be witnessing a paradigm shift as we realize that the physical settings play a much larger role than ever considered.
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Child’s Play _ Alison Killing

Design for children offers the chance to foreground a different set of values than those which typically guide the design of the built environment. Where most architecture centres the needs of adults, in many of these project their needs take a back seat to those of the children and their learning. Surprising, playful elements have been introduced to many of the school buildings, while in the playgrounds, functional requirements are less important than space for imagination. This section explores a large number of projects from primary schools to kindergartens and from open-air playgrounds to indoor playrooms for kids.
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Additional information

Weight2 kg
ISSUE

C3 SPECIAL_Spaces for Children

PAGE

232

SIZE

22.5CM X 30CM

BINDING

PUR & JACKET

LANGUAGE

ENGLISH + KOREAN

ISSN

2092-5190