The present case is located in a reconstruction kindergarten of Ya 'an in Sichuan, and belongs to the part of the post-earthquake reconstruction of Lu Mountain. The designer, based on its geographical location and the surrounding environment, has designed a space for learning, entertainment, and games to be integrated, followed by the Zhengzhou Kindergarten Decoration Company.
It is possible for designers to use an intensive layout to provide more space for children living on the ground, with 12 movable room units stacked on one side of the site on the side of the school and connected by a widened corridor. In the lounge, the sound room is in the form of a small box of one to two layers, is dispersed and inserted into the main body mass, and the top of the small box becomes a plurality of outdoor sites. The first floor is partially overhead, and the wind is blown along the valley, and through the crevices of the building mass.
The superposition of the vertical direction of the building alienates the distance between the baby and the ground movable field, and the designer uses the roof platform with different levels, and forms a plurality of class activity areas on the two layers and the three layers, and can correspond to the specific class usage, and the field sense and the openness coexist. The corridor is widened irregularly to form a "street", such as the entrance of the first floor, the reading platform of the second floor, the roof terrace of the three-layer, each functional room of the kindergarten corresponding to the "street", also with doors and windows with different expressions, and the deep sill forms a low-and-low-height niche.
The overall height difference of the kindergarten field is 4 meters, and the south high north is low. The north-of-the-the-north sound room and the rising step just form the outdoor little theater, with a flat active site in the middle. The platform to step up to the south is the game device area and the plant garden, respectively. And the highest point of the south finally is connected with the two-layer "street" to form a space loop. The elements of these sites will be deeply imprinted in the children's cognition and become the memory of their childhood and hometown.