Buildings and some establishments have been trying to apply some form of ecofriendly twist as many of you may have been reading here lately and today, a modular kindergarten school joins the fray. This is with reference to the Dandelion Clock Kindergarten in Germany, a modern modular school design made for handicapped kids that permits daylit outdoor play any time of the year.
The school has four modules arranged around a central atrium. It is naturally ventilated and comes with features that include an indoor playing field, a dining hall and it regulates traffic between the other parts of the school.
Roof monitors have vents and windows that will draw air into the building, something that should help save on needed energy to do such. Overall as you can see, this is a modern structure that should be ideal for kids while at the same time saving some resources to become an ideal place for child development and learning.