Forest Nursery by Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects
Construction has begun on Ryuichi Ashizawa’s Forest Nursery, a magical space for youngsters to grow and learn. The structure was designed to incorporate the preexisting trees that claim the site. The keystone of the 4-floor structure will be a multipurpose room that visually and physically links all the other compartments, each which will have their own age-appropriate purpose. It looks amazing and I can’t wait to see it completed!…which, of course, I will keep you posted on.
Forget my kids! I want to go there!
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