Primary school is responsible for so much of the initial learning curve that children undergo, that it almost seems intuitive to teach them in a place that evokes playfulness, creativity and outside the box thinking all the way down to the architecture.
This small school in Karlsruhe, Germany, has all of the makings of child’s play in its outward appearance. Kindergarten Wolfartsweier channels the feline shape for its architecture, and even carries out some of the same motifs within. The back end offers up an exit slide that also serves as a “tail.” After entering in via the cat’s mouth, students days are spent within the interior classrooms and play areas as well as venturing out to explore and get some fresh air.
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