If you observe a classroom of kindergarteners, it is not unusual to see them stumbling and fumbling, attempting to control and master their motor skills. Meanwhile, teachers and classroom aids caution the children to be careful and make sure they prevent as many bruises and scratches as possible.
Architect Takaharu Tezuka has created an imaginative and versatile school for children that encourages rambunctious activity, believing that such freedom encourages creativity and stimulation.
In the words of Tezuka, who believes that architecture can change society, falling down, tumbling, and injuries that may ensue can make children learn how to live in this world.
Enjoy and be inspired.