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The Flower Kindergarten Class Shows Whimsy and Learning Through Design

 - Feb 26, 2016
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The Flower Kindergarten classroom designed by architectural firm OA Labs focuses on using color and curved design to create a space that inspires the minds of children to further excel in their learning. The building's design features a geometric array of various sized windows complete with curved interior walls, a play area staircase and flower pots located throughout the space.

The classroom is located in Seoul, South Korea and it functions as both a space of learning as well as one of creativity. The building hosts five different levels filled with classrooms for students to attend. The space makes use of an open-concept layout, bold color and design to allow for areas such as staircases to have a dual purpose and function as a play area.