Designing public buildings and facilities is based on unification – they have to communicate clearly their function and how the circulation works, to be easy to use by stereotypical Mr Average. But such a specific object as childcare institution differs from general situation – in that case a specific user and his needs are prioritised. Another thing is that, of course, everyone has his own idea what will be suitable for „hopes and dreams of the future” so it is hard to look at it in objective way.
„All problems can never be solved” P. Rudolph
People from First World countries love limitations. Following diets, constricting by minimalism and white walls. „A lot” means kitsch, unpleasant memory of cumulating useless stuff and a shining banner: „I can’t control myself”. We want to have little white houses and good simple life. I also want it, but hasn’t the modernism messed with our minds?