Saturday, 26 March 2016

Kindergarten or Kindergarden ??



















Many of the new kindergardens have some interesting architecture and colourful details.
Some might call it a Nursery, play school or pre-school. It depends on where you live.
(In Norwegian it is called BARNEHAGE, directly translated it is : children's garden.)


7 comments:

Inna Cleanbergen said...

It is really interesting architecture on Your picture. Nice find. Easter greetings from cold Bergen

Revrunner said...

Hmm, I think I'd like a few more plants in my "garden". :-)

s.c said...

I like al those little color spots in this grey facade so randomly placed. A great idea.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I think it's kindergarten here Gunn, but I could be wrong :) Hope you have a wonderful and safe Easter weekend.

William Kendall said...

Colourful additions to the wall. Here there's kindergarten, plus nursery school if parents wish to get kids started a year early.

bill burke said...

A very attractive building. Love those little colourful windows. Have a Happy Easter Gunn.

Carraol said...

I guess the design is to attract children to play with cubes. Great catch! In Mexico: Jardín de Niños or Kindergarden, as well.