A few years back, a small daycare institution for 30 children was demolished on the site making room for a new kindergarten with room for 6 times as many children – making it the biggest daycare institution in the neighborhood of Frederiksberg. Aiming for creating a safe everyday life for the children, the project consists of 11 small houses joint together with different orientation. From the outside, the day-care institution appears as a playful village for children, but from the inside, it is none the less coherent and efficient. The houses are small, compact and functional in everyday life, whilst still being exciting and challenging for children.
Location: Frederiksberg, Denmark
Client: FK Ejendom
Program: Kindergarden for 182 children, age 0-6
Size: 1.700 m2
Status: 1st prize in competition 2011, construction start 2013, completion 2015
Collaborators: Preben Skaarup Landskab, Søren Jensen Rådgivende Ingeniører, Learning Spaces
Team: Dan Stubbergaard, Rune Boserup, Eik Bjerregaard, Kato Hiroshi, Greta Tiedje, Jens Wagner, Claes Nilsson, Davide Pontoni, Agnieszka Krasuska, Agnieszka Szczepanska