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Shipping Container Transformed Into a Temporary Kindergarten Classroom In Slovenia

Posted By Diane Pham On May 7, 2011 @ 11:55 am In Architecture | No Comments

Arhitektura Jure Kotnik, shipping container architecture, eco housing, Kitsch Nitsch, eco play, green kids

Schools [1]constantly struggle with space shortages, but in the face of tight budgets and budget cuts there is little that many of these institutions can do. Understanding the importance of a comfortable learning environment to the budding mind, Slovenian architect Jure Kotnik [2] came up with a temporary fix to remedy the over-crowding at a local kindergarten. Kotnik transformed three steel shipping containers into a kid-friendly temporary building annex for 14 students, and believe it or not, the construction has proven to become quite the campus [3] gem!


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[1] Schools : http://inhabitat.com/first-full-bamboo-school-in-philippines-stands-up-to-tough-stormwinds/

[2] Jure Kotnik: http://www.jurekotnik.com/

[3] campus: http://inhabitat.com/photos-denvers-first-leed-gold-school-and-zero-energy-community-campus/

[4] READ MORE >: http://www.inhabitots.com/slovenian-architect-transforms-a-shipping-container-into-a-temporary-classroom/

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