The Day nursery , for 30 infants includes:
2 rooms of learning, a dining room, a room for cooking - preparation - deposit of food, a space of sleep, toilets - shower - washing-machines, space of reception, office of personnel.
Beyond these operations was added also a space for games, common for all the 30 infants, that functions as internal built courtyard, extension of the garden into the building,
And a room of creative - constructional uses with proposed operation the concretisation - realisation of fairy tales, that includes the manufacture of settings and suits but also the theatrical play of these.
The building makes a rotational movement round a tree. It is raised from the ground at 2 metres, it is turned round the central tree, reaching biggest height up to 6 metres, and goes down at 3 metres, almost embracing the central courtyard.
At the same time, a path begins from the south-eastern corner of plot and following the course of the sun, from east to west, is moved perimetrically round the building and leads to the central courtyard.
This courtyard penetrates also into the building, translated in built environment, with the form of wooden structure which reminds pergola. This volume, with inclined roof from 4 up to 6 metres, with openings in the roof and vertical sides of glass for the guarantee of natural lighting - airing, it constitutes an area for games for the infants and connects the rooms of learning with the space of entry - reception.
The entry of the building is found in the Eastern side of plot and is determined by 5 red sloping frames with reverse bent from that of the volume of entry.
The area of entry, that includes the area of reception and the offices of personnel, creates two conceivable axes of movement. A horizontal one that links the street - the city with the central courtyard and the path - the core of building,
and a vertical axis of flow of circulation by the area of learning – playing at the spaces of rest.
In the northern department of plot is found the volume that includes the needs of food and sleep. This northern department of the building is sunk into the ground at one metre and his slopping loft is planted with low vegetation. As result is the sense of a conduit - a nest that protects the infants.
In the south-western corner of plot is created an area of rest for the residents of the region with benches and trees.