Gallery: Peaceful German Kindergarten Has a Green Roof with a Hole for ...

Located in the Bohnsdorf-Grünau neighborhood of Berlin, an Evangelistic Church community, the school occupies a corner plot of land thick with trees. Almost a miniature forest, the architects wanted to play up the importance of the trees. At either end of the school, Winkens built large open-air terraces with timber planks, which are covered by the extending roof.

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  1. greenharmony September 3, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    I like this design for its green features. I like how the design of this Kindergarten school places an equal emphasis on the building and the outdoor environment. One can see how there are ample views and large windows to bring the outdoors and adequate natural light inside the building. This will increase the children’s l earning capacity and reduce the need for indoor lighting.

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