Tokyo’s Takaharu Tezuka was designed in 2007 and is regarded as one of the worlds best kindergartens. It is as a completely open, oval shaped building with roof access and no boundaries between classrooms. This innovative space was designed to allow kids to be kids, and teachers and students alike are very happy with it’s fun and open design. The design promotes student movement, with one student recorded as covering a distance of 6000 m in just one morning. The architect spoke at TEDxTokyo in 2014, see the talk below.
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