The Dragen Children's House Builds Motor and Sensory Skills

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Dec 9, 2009 • References: cfmoller & worldarchitecturenews
A kindergarten in Odense, Denmark, called Dragen Children’s House will help kids build their sensory and motor skills by allowing them to climb up walls and ramps.

The Dragen Children’s House was designed by Danish architects C. F. Moller and along with using solar energy for power, incorporates two levels designed with small spaces, wall apertures and staircases and ramps. These design elements inspire motor and sensory skill building as the children clamber up and down them. Stats for Educational Ramps Trending: Older & Chilly
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