This new kindergarten building in Germany is bold; it’s somehow severe yet inviting all at once.
German firm Ecker Architekten – who also recently completed a zinc-clad warehouse – designed the Kunterbunt kindergarten and daycare centre to accommodate young children in Babenhausen, a town located approximately 20 miles south east of Frankfurt.
The town dates back to the 13th century and the architects had to develop a design that would be sympathetic to the historical town fabric, which includes a pair of medieval towers and the remaining sections of the ancient city wall.
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