Taka Tuka Land

May 13, 2008


“…a completely new conceived world from the temporary structure of the kindergarten as imagined by the children. The results are interactive and communicative interior spaces as well as a multifunctional façade…”
Children, the end users, had a direct involvement in the design, creating their imagined world which is translated into this architecture. “Taka-Tuka-Land” came from Astrid Lindgren’s children’s book of the same title.


Any child would want to go to this school everyday…

Extract from archDaily

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