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    neon lights and colors, decor, decorate, entrance, entrance hall, entry, entryway, entry way, foyer, front hall, front door, hall, hallway, home, interior design, #interiors, mudroom, mud room, stairwell, staircase, stair runner, stairs, stair hall

  • Glenda Anderson

    a kindergarten in granada, spain, color, rainbow, light

  • Gabriella Ferr

    Spanish architect Alejandro Muñoz Miranda designed this kindergarten in Granada, Spain around a central courtyard or playground that serves as the heart of the centre. With a striking and modern white exterior, the school features frameless rainbow windows in communal spaces like hallways while leaving the glass in classrooms colourless.

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    Alejandro Muñoz Miranda #architecture #ephemeral #colour #colorful #lights #arquitectura #efimera #temporary #art #installation

  • Nancy del Aguila

    Rainbow colored windows are the architectural feature of this kindergarten in Granada Spain. Architect Alejandro Munoz Miranda.

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