||||||The courtyard playground, a contrast to the brick exterior|One wall incorporates floor-to-ceiling storage with display shelving|The school is light and spacious, with double-height volumes|The pine joinery is punctuated by walls and furniture in apple green|The 1930s town hall had permission to be demolished, but architects Moke instead opted to incorporate it||
15 Sep 2015

Kindergarten by Moke treats kids like tiny adults

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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