Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc.


Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura

Architects: 16A Inc.
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Architect In Charge: Tatsuta Ogawa, Hiroya Kobiki
Area: 1,665 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Masaya Yoshimura, Tatsuya Ogawa

Producer: Mitsuji Matsuda
Lighting Design: Ripple Design / Ken Okamoto

The renovation plan of changing to a nursery school from the public junior high school which was closed for streamlining of the junior high schools by a self-governing body.

We changed inside typical plan of a junior high school and created possible space for any age childcare by inserting various “wooden space”.

The various space and the finishing of various wooden were produced by resizing as a result of this renovation, and created the unique space which is in no other place than here.

Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Tatsuya Ogawa
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. © Masaya Yoshimura
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. First Floor Plan
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. Second Floor Plan
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. Third Floor Plan
Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. Section

Mokumoku Kindergarten / 16A Inc. originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website on 03 Jul 2013.

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