GARDEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, EARLY YEARS CENTRE \ Kuala Lumpur \ 2008 \ Completed
Forms, textures and colours. These were the key design elements that went into this purpose-built kindergarten. The planning had to ensure safety, the architecture had to inspire and spatial organizations had to be proportionate.
Strong geometrical forms, arranged within a central core layout help to create a distinct architectural language while improving functionality. The idiom of dedicated spaces has been replaced with multifunctional spaces, allowing for a more dynamic method of learning and teaching to be introduced. The result is a learning sanctuary for very young minds that is not only spatially engaging but also aesthetically captivating.”