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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
Schools 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  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  gem!
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 Schools : http://inhabitat.com/first-full-bamboo-school-in-philippines-stands-up-to-tough-stormwinds/
 Jure Kotnik: http://www.jurekotnik.com/
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