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Children’s Kindergarten

Across “drom hasharon”, a remarkable project unfurled: 12 kindergartens reflecting three primary concepts. The foundational idea across all these gardens centered on a natural, pristine essence, combining an array of wooden and natural elements, each embracing subtle, individualized color schemes. Each kindergarten underwent a transformation, uniquely shaped through collaborative brainstorming with educational teams and staff. At the heart of our design for each kindergarten resides a modular central space, flexibly reconfigured daily to suit the children’s needs and the educational team’s objectives. The Forest Kindergarten embodies clean, natural lines while championing environmental awareness and recycling. It seamlessly merges indoor and outdoor spaces, fostering a culture of exploration. Greenhouses dot the garden yards, fostering a forest-kindergarten ethos, and encouraging children to venture out exploring nature while engaging in various forest and yard activities. Nature-inspired hues with hints of green create an expansive, inviting environment, blurring the lines between indoors and outdoors. Enter the Art Kindergarten—a vibrant, pristine space nurturing curiosity and creativity across various domains: art, creation, culinary arts, music, and theater. A versatile stage at its center serves as a platform for diverse activities, from performances to storytelling. Abounding in creativity corners, construction spaces, and reading nooks, it seamlessly integrates a library with serene, tranquil areas. The Movement Garden bursts with vibrant, energetic hues, igniting physical activity. Sporting dedicated storage spaces and areas for sports and motor activities, it features mirrored walls, stoking the children’s curiosity, observing their own development and play.




Innovative kindergartens with a combination of vibrant colors and natural materials, designed to stimulate creativity, curiosity, and innovation. They offer spaces that can be reimagined daily, tailored to the evolving needs of both children and educational staff.




Drom Hasharon


Tamir Rogowski