Sakuragaoka Childcare Center

Sakuragaoka Childcare Center

Architecte
Kengo Kuma and Associates
Lieu
Hiroshima, Japan | View Map
Année du projet
2020
Catégorie
Écoles primaires
KKAA

Sakuragaoka Childcare Center

Kengo Kuma and Associates en tant que Architectes.

A bright child center overflowing with the warmth of wood and light from the Seto Inland Sea was designed for Saijo in Hiroshima Prefecture which is known as a town of red roof tiles and sake breweries. The building was provided with a warm expression with different shades by using red roof tiles that are individually hand-finished by craftsmen.

 

The unique “Igura” configuration of houses in Saijo was adopted for the playrooms in order to create large bright spaces, and light flows in through the membrane roof. Sake bags which were used by a local sake brewery were reused to make the interior lights, creating a building where children can learn about culture while playing.

Crédits de projet
Fiche technique du produit

J15r – house renovation
prochain projet

J15r – house renovation

Maisons privées
Luxembourg - Construction terminée in 2021
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