Organic architecture of modern nurseries Nursery in Sarreguemines – creative work of Strasbourg architects Paul le Quernec and Grasso Michel. The structure mimics the shape of the body’s cells. Manger – the central part – serves as a core, which surrounds the “cytoplasm” of gardens, walls envelope the body as a membrane which separates the contents of cells from external environment, ensuring its integrity.
Unique facility has 1350 square meters in the north-eastern France. Continuous curvilinear wall forms the boundary of the object. In the courtyard of the building goes through integrated rectangular wall openings.
Design space revolves around ensuring peace, security and comfort inside the structure, and curved walls and walls continue the organic theme of exterior of the object.
At the same time, rich colors, active figure, decorated surfaces of the fragments of walls and ceilings, and combination of smooth forms and integrated them into the rounded upper windows produces a playful look and creates adequate illumination in the daytime.
As a result of hard work and creativity was formed a unique dynamic interior that is perceived differently from each of the next point view.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official websites of their architectural studios: http://paul-le-quernec.fr/, http://michelgrasso.fr/