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This Office Complex/Stadium is Actually a Kindergarten

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Between its swooping walls and swirling, oval-shaped build, the Valdespartera Kindergarden in Zaragoza, Spain, makes for one highly unlikely twin for Zaha Hadid's controversial Olympic stadium. Designed by local firm Magen Arquitectos, the high-design school spans across a hilly plot of land, with an interior courtyard designated for play that's all lined in colorful slats (which, ok, Zaha would never sign off on.) Inside, charming, brightly-lit classrooms form a snaking loop. Take a look, below, then check out the floor plans over at Arch Daily.

· Valdespartera Kindergarden / Magen Arquitectos [Arch Daily]
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