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Fuji Kindergarten

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Location: Japan / Tokyo / Type: Playgrounds / Roofs / Built:
Show on Google Maps / Published on July 26, 2009

A kindergarten in the shape of a oval with a perimeter of 183m, made for 500 children. It is conceived as a single village. The interior is an integrated space softly partitioned with furniture. Projecting through the roof deck are three preserved zelkova trees 25m in height. Read more on e-architect or visit Kindergarten’s website.

Project: Montessori School Fuji Kindergarten
Design: Tezuka Architects
Constructor: Takenaka Corporation
Location: Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan
Area: 4791.69m2
Photographs : Katsuhisa Kida

2 thoughts on "Fuji Kindergarten by Tezuka Architects"

  1. artur viveiros says:

    takes the concept of tree house to another level – is is amazingly simple the way in which external play areas doubled in size with such great effect

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