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This Vietnam's Kindergarten Would Make Any Kid Excited for Class
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This Vietnam's Kindergarten Would Make Any Kid Excited for Class

Images: Hiroyuki Oki
Images: Hiroyuki Oki
Images: Hiroyuki Oki
Images: Hiroyuki Oki

Out of these great towers of brick emerges an exterior stairwell that weaves in a new narrative, creating moments of escape on sunny days.

The spaces between the stairwells are dissected as if by the outline of a house, creating interesting voids that are filled with light and shadow. internally, navigating the space is just as pleasant -- an open spiral staircase is bookended by the expert masonry that leads downward.

According to kientruc o ‘each floor is arranged in an alternating pattern to enhance vertical interaction, encourage children to be more receptive of their surroundings, and stimulate their inner creativity.‘

Images: Hiroyuki Oki
Images: Hiroyuki Oki

Light is an important asset in a learning environment --  it has the ability to energize a class of little kindergarteners and facilitate learning. 

The architects take a thoughtful approach toward negotiating light and dark.

The spaces they create have tremendous contrasts, that accentuate the wonderful journey through the school.

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Images: Hiroyuki Oki
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Images: Hiroyuki Oki
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According to Curbed, similar to the firm’s House 304, there has been a slew of inventive modern brick houses lately, with several hailing from tropical Vietnam.

Chuon Chuon Kim 2 Kindergarten, is the latest to wow us with a sequel of sorts to a 2015 project also in Ho Chi Minh City, incorporates the same gabled house motif, manifested here in the main structure, entrance, and window openings.  

Source : https://www.designboom.com/architecture/kientruc-o-chuon-chuon-kim-2-kindergarten-vietnam-05-15-2018/

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