Built in the borderland between the beach and the old fishing town Råå, the Children’s Day Care Center is a geometric roof wood skin building that directly connected to the local school.
The institution comprises four groups of children, each with its own group room. The four group rooms identify themselves to the facade as gable of a fisherman house.
Inspiration from architect:
The building is shaped as an interpretation of the condensed village structure immersed in a dune. The applied typology is challenged and used to create good light incidence to the children at all times of the year.