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  • The Architecture of Early Childhood

    Tellus Nursery School by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter in Stockholm, Sweden features a curving waving facade, creating movement.

  • Sara H

    Tellus Nursery School | Stockholm, Sweden. I think the choice of the skinny vertical lines around the building is an interesting choice, especially over some of the windows. I also think it's strange that the sky and the yellow is so bright, but it looks like the courtyard itself is in shadows.

  • Ginny Christensen

    Nursery school, Stockholm, Sweden. Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter #architecture #building #yellow #Sweden

  • Jessica Leigh

    Fabulous example of negative space. courtyard view, tellus nursery school • stockholm, sweden

Sky, Negative Spaces, Stockholm Sweden, Videgård Arkitekt, Yellow, Architecture, Tellus Nurseries, Nurseries Schools, Curves

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