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The King David School

A continuing relationship with the Jewish community.

The King David School educates students aged 4 to 18 from a broad spectrum of the Jewish Community. Our Practice has had a long association with the School and recently worked with them to create an early learning centre at their Dandenong Road campus.

The design seeks to minimise the impact on the residential character of the area by presenting a house-like form to Denbigh Road whilst opening up to the north to maximise sunlight and light penetration to outdoor play spaces and child rooms.

Catering for children typically 3 and 4 years old the facility is designed over two levels with a large outdoor terrace on level one providing an outdoor play environment that can combine with the lower level play space.

The interior design plays with geometry and colour to provide clearly identifiable child room spaces that are engaging for the children as well as assist with wayfinding throughout the facility. These spaces create opportunities for indoor/outdoor learning and allow children to engage with the outside from all parts of the facility.

The interior design plays with geometry and colour to provide clearly identifiable child room spaces that are engaging for the children as well as assist with wayfinding throughout the facility. These spaces create opportunities for indoor/outdoor learning and allow children to engage with the outside from all parts of the facility.

Photography by Tatjana Plitt.

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