Creatively designed Daycare caters to young children with fun nature theme in Berlin, Germany.
School interior design is not known for being especially innovative, fun, or anything interesting to look at. Baukind’s daycare design blows school interior design out of the field! Its rooms include not only textured walls and speckled ceilings made to look like cave interiors, but also curving and playful arched doorways and hanging lamps in shapes of sea shells or bird nests. The theme clearly is nature with earthy tones of green, brown, and cream white.
As if that’s not exciting enough, you can crawl realistic trees inside the room, sit on wooden storage cubbies, and lie down on floors. There are green fuzzy floor mats that look like life moss. Kids have the option to climb on wooden furniture, or play a game with friends in or on the treehouse-like structures and ladders that decorate various rooms and hallways. There are multiple places to climb around like monkeys. Everything is designed with rounded edges for safety. Clearly this school doesn’t just teach, it also entertains and aims to make schools more attractive and fun for children.
Anyone playing or learning in such a happy, colorful environment cannot help but want to go to school.
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