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Archimatika – Children Educational Center А+, 2014

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The Children Educational Ccenter is part of the “Comfort Town”, a new residential complex in Kyiv built in 2009-2015 for 12.937 residents.

The building is composed by three blocks linked at the ground floor. Each of them has a different height that make them recognizable. The use of the color accentuates their singularity: the central block is distinguishable through the red box on the top, while the other two part are defined by the green and the yellow envelopes .

The facade is the element that unifies the intervention because is the same for the entire building. It is composed by a series of squared windows with different colorful frames. Also the interior spaces are characterized by a large use of color to remark specific areas, doorways etc.

In its entiretly, The Children Educational Center is a mix used building , allowing all the principal and collateral activites in the field of children education:

Each block includes a specific function: a Kindergarten, an Elementary School and an Extracurricular center. In particular, the Extracurricular center accommodates: a dance school, a foreign languages courses, a music school, a Drama studio, a Speech therapist center, an early development center (1-3 years), an art studio, an area for gymnastics, taekwondo, karate, basketball, football, roller sports and chess. A large common sports area, an auditorium and a food unit complete the facilities offered by the center.

 

CREDITS:

Architects: Archimatika

Location: Kyiv, Ukraine

Surface: 8.507 m2

Year: 2014/built

Project team: Dmitriy Vasyliev, Olga Alferova, Nataliya Basovskaya, Lyudmila Vechfinska, Valintina Zabolotnaya, Aleksander Kornienko, Olga Limarenko, Larisa Selivanova, Vladimir Sinenko, Ilya Sinenko, Valintina Shelobanova, Anna Yarmilko, Tatiana Fateeva, Aleksandr Garanin, Igor Slivinskiy, Maksim Myatko,

Photography: Archimatika

 

 

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