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Einosato Nursery School / Shogo Iwata

  • Architects: Shogo Iwata
  • Location: Hyogo, Japan
  • Area: 781.82 sqm
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Ogawa Shigeo, Araki Yoshihisa

© Ogawa Shigeo © Araki Yoshihisa © Ogawa Shigeo © Ogawa Shigeo

“A big house” to live in together

Einosato nursery school was built for 90 children in Hyogo, Japan. Outer wall of this wooden one-storied nursery school is made with black painted cedar clapboards. Its several rooms for children are arranged to surround playground. A one-sided stream roof put on these rooms brings not only the symbolic characteristic and spatial continuity as "a big house" but also intimacy for small children.

© Ogawa Shigeo
© Ogawa Shigeo


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