Skool4Kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park has won the prestigious International Architecture Awards 2019. This award is presented by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, and Metropolitan Arts Press.

Selected from a shortlist of 350 projects from 41 countries, Skool4Kidz won in the Community Centres category. Shortlisted projects were judged against criteria including design vision, innovation and originality, capacity to stimulate, engage and delight occupants and visitors, accessibility and sustainability.

The International Architect Awards 2019 (Community Category) is one of Skool4Kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park’s many architectural recognitions.

Partnering with NParks and ECDA, Skool4Kidz’s large childcare centre is designed to integrate seamlessly with the Sengkang Riverside Park.

Skool4Kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park is the first and only project in Singapore that integrates an entire preschool facility in a public park. Designed as a learning cocoon by Freight Architects, and in collaboration NParks and Early Childhood Development Agency, the building is a seamless extension of the Sengkang Riverside Park.

The campus features a “living’’ roof and openings specially created to maximize natural daylight and cross ventilation. The mix of indoors and outdoors encourage a richer learning environment for our little pre-schoolers.

International Architect Awards

Founded in 2005, The International Architecture Awards was founded in 2005 and is the oldest, annual public celebration of global architecture achievements. It is regarded internationally as the world’s most important global mark of excellence, recognising the best international architecture practices, as well as the hundreds of corporate clients, developers, state and local governments, institutions, and general contractors that produced them.

Published On: October 14th, 2019
Parent's Appreciation Day & Start Small Dream Big’s Fund Raising
Skool4kidz staff geared further for sustainable learning at Professional Development Day 2019

Recommended