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Lucinahaven Toulov Childcare / CEBRA

  • 01:00 - 12 January, 2010
Lucinahaven Toulov Childcare / CEBRA
Lucinahaven Toulov Childcare / CEBRA, Courtesy of CEBRA
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Taulov, Denmark
  • Client

    The municipality of Fredericia
  • Area

    1200.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2009
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of CEBRA

From the architect. The kindergarten is divided into 6 small sections each with its own graphic theme. These sections form a geometric hexagonal system, which together form a daisy. The yellow centre of the daisy is the kindergarten’s central activity room. Attached to the centre are the petals housing the staff rooms and 6 group rooms – 2 in each hexagon.

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Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Lucinahaven Toulov Childcare / CEBRA" 12 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/46255/lucinahaven-toulov-childcare-cebra/>
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georgiaartikoglou · January 03, 2012

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Centor4 · November 21, 2011

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[nb] · September 08, 2010

kindergarten in denmark. beautifully done conceptual design. Lucinahaven Toulov Childcare / CEBRA | ArchDaily http://goo.gl/taAi

themigz · January 16, 2010

can anyone tell me the material for the exterior? thanks.. would like to use the same concept for my thesis

Jan · January 14, 2010

Nice building, but what about this "automatical" radial orientation of each children's playroom units? It looks, that 50% of these units haven't enough solar insolation.

Modern Zen Architecture · January 14, 2010

Excellent work. Design, color, and thoughtful planning. Imagine yourself as a kindergartener. Wouldn't this place attract you? Sure it would. However, I do see a problem with the roof. It needs to be elevated, maybe heated or something. I can already imagine the snow, piling up. How about a heated roof with a water reclamation system, used to sustain a garden?

jfco. · January 14, 2010

these children will grow up happy and healthy...my kinder garten wasnt so nice, and i grew up frustrated and insane...kidding nice project.

ms · January 13, 2010

nice project, and great graphic, but that roof picture looks scary... like a cheap shopping mall. And also for me it's very clear where is the main space of the building only while looking to the plan. From outside its just another hexagonal, but not the main area at all. all other parts looks nice.

INawe · January 14, 2010 12:32 AM

agreed about the roof. some colorful screens or boxes to block the vents and protrusions would have been nicer.

Bianchini · January 13, 2010

Nice concept and sketchs.
Good use of colors for different spaces, kids will have different perceptions as time goes by.
Great project!

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