In the entrance area, children and parents are welcomed within a city flair: an advertising pillar in the center of the room serves as a bulletin board and exhibition space for the children’s pictures, as well as – due to the priming with blackboard paint on the entire element – a painting surface for large-scale chalk pictures. The column itself is hollow and offers a cave to hide in, inviting the children to start playing within it as well on the steps surrounding it, which can also be used as a dressing aid for parents and teachers. Opposite the column, flooring which continues along the wall marks the spotlight of the lamp above – taking inspiration from the street lamps in front of the door. The color scheme evolves within the kindergarden from bold black, orange, blue and purple to softer brown, rose and green tones. Here, the wardrobe is not just an entrance area to the daycare center, but a transitional space from the city to the natural world of play.