Innovative architecture allows young students to transform the look of their school from day to day.

It isn’t often we see examples of buildings designed with a clarity of understanding for its users as the Kindergarten Kekec in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The region has been moving quickly to construct new schools to meet the growing demand of young students resulting from a population boom.  Arhitektura Jure Kotnik designed the building which was then assembled from prefabricated wood components in three days. The new structure is an extension of an original prefab kindergarten built in the 1980’s.

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