Plan Architect has designed the Kensington International Kindergarten located in Ratchaphruek Road, Talingchun, Bangkok.
This project is mainly intend to find the new perception of playing space that should give more opportunity for the kids to use the space up to their imagination.
It also need to be an attractive shape so that it can draw the attention from kids. As a result the freeform masses come to answer all of these requirements with the curve walls that define the room create an unmeasured space where the unexpected activities always happen. The clear glass curve walls acting like thin layers that separate softly between learning space inside and playing space outside in order to get the kids closely to the nature environment. About the massing this building simply made by superimpose the two freeform masses and then twist them to create overlapping part which cantilever above, that make the big shade approach any kids to the main entrance.
+ Project facts
KENSINGTON INTERNATIONAL KINDERGARTEN
Ratchaphruek Road, Talingchun, Bangkok
Architect: Plan Architect
Design : 2010
Completion : 2012
Client : Kensington International Kindergarten
Land Area : 2,150 sqm.
Building Area : 2,270 Sqm.
Cost : 15,500,000 Baht
Structure Engineer : Prawit Phanwiroj
System Engineer : Plan Engineering Co.,Ltd
Contractor : Aekachai Aimsirikullamit
Photographer : Ketsiree Wongwan