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Neve Zeev Kindergartens Cluster

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Neve Zeev Kindergartens Cluster

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Be'er Sheva

Client: Be'er Sheva Municipality
Location: Be'er Sheva
Area: 1.200 Sq.m.
Year: 2012–2013
 

Following the social protests in Israel and the conclusions of the Trachtenberg Committee to expand compulsory education age to three years old, the challenge of public building in Israel was reinforced in the past two years. As of 2012, there was a kindergarten building boom which allowed many architects to enter the field of public building and influence it.
Of great importance to the needs of children, a significant time was spent on thinking about the new space and new concepts that can fit the urban daily changes, as the diminution of open space and changes in perceptions of contemporary learning methods, resulting from the digital revolution, that increase environmental awareness and responsibility required for effective and simple design in tight schedules. During that time Beer Sheba municipality had to build kindergartens in several neighborhoods in the city.
To ensure quick and efficient design, we have developed a flexible planning scheme in terms of positioning the structure on each plot and repetitive system in terms of materials assembly and basic module for kindergarten class, which adapt itself to the various sites in the city. The last two years we have completed the construction of two sites, one cluster of six kindergarten classes in Neve Zeev neighborhood and one cluster of four kindergarten classes in Ramot neighborhood. In the coming year we record an additional cluster design, with four other genes in the same method. The kindergarten clusters are designed with an emphasis on building a unique user experience both for the children and their parents, as well as for the employees of the place, distinct relationship between inside and outside in the desert city, with a shaded patio characterizes all the modules. The kindergarten clusters are considered "affordable green". Without special budgets exceeded specifications, without fixed-simple means of position, secularization and shades the kindergartens and yards are designed, making the most in local climate."

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Be'er Sheva

Client: Be'er Sheva Municipality
Location: Be'er Sheva
Area: 1.200 Sq.m.
Year: 2012–2013
 

Following the social protests in Israel and the conclusions of the Trachtenberg Committee to expand compulsory education age to three years old, the challenge of public building in Israel was reinforced in the past two years. As of 2012, there was a kindergarten building boom which allowed many architects to enter the field of public building and influence it.
Of great importance to the needs of children, a significant time was spent on thinking about the new space and new concepts that can fit the urban daily changes, as the diminution of open space and changes in perceptions of contemporary learning methods, resulting from the digital revolution, that increase environmental awareness and responsibility required for effective and simple design in tight schedules. During that time Beer Sheba municipality had to build kindergartens in several neighborhoods in the city.
To ensure quick and efficient design, we have developed a flexible planning scheme in terms of positioning the structure on each plot and repetitive system in terms of materials assembly and basic module for kindergarten class, which adapt itself to the various sites in the city. The last two years we have completed the construction of two sites, one cluster of six kindergarten classes in Neve Zeev neighborhood and one cluster of four kindergarten classes in Ramot neighborhood. In the coming year we record an additional cluster design, with four other genes in the same method. The kindergarten clusters are designed with an emphasis on building a unique user experience both for the children and their parents, as well as for the employees of the place, distinct relationship between inside and outside in the desert city, with a shaded patio characterizes all the modules. The kindergarten clusters are considered "affordable green". Without special budgets exceeded specifications, without fixed-simple means of position, secularization and shades the kindergartens and yards are designed, making the most in local climate."