CEBRA Architects – A place like home

The Children’s Home is a pioneering project by CEBRA architects and built in Kerteminde, a small Danish community. It is a reception center open 24 hours a day and it is destined to accommodate children from homeless families.

Chuldren's home - CEBRA architects - arkitalker - DenmarkThe structure is designed as a set of separated volumes so they have their own functional independence but they still mantein the common connecting spaces. The architects started from a simple house with pitched roof repeated several times in order to draw a complex and more articulated project.

Chuldren's home - CEBRA architects - arkitalker - DenmarkChuldren's home - CEBRA architects - arkitalker - DenmarkThe main facades are made of wood while the side elevations are made of bricks that rise from the ground up over the roof.
Chuldren's home - CEBRA architects - arkitalker - Denmark

Chuldren's home - CEBRA architects - arkitalker - DenmarkPhoto credits: Mikkel Frost

 

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