4th Glyfada Public nursery
One of the biggest challenges of this project was to give prominence to the construction method of prefabrication that defined the final form of the building.
The concept of the project was to design a building that would relate to the scale of its users while also introducing a new typology, that of the urban village. The main module draws inspiration from archetypal drawing of a house as perceived by a child. Its replication created the classroom unit and consequently, the whole complex.
The nursery school was designed so that all the classrooms have three open sides, organized around a central courtyard, and is further configured by smaller atriums which internal views from communal areas.
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