An architectural proposal for Pre-school and Childcare Center prototype to be located at Organized Industrial Sites in Turkey. The façade claddings of perforated aluminum and glass suggest overlaid screens of super-imposed transparencies by masking the underneath structure. The light perforated cladding unveils itself only at the entrance to expose the massive shell of the building on one side to create a unsymmetrical dynamic entrance.
Organized Industrial Zones's unpleasant look is avoided by inward design solutions. The aluminum shield is slit to allow a semitransparent glass façade with opaque silk screen mimicking of trees blend with the natural lush green of the courtyard. This glass façade of daycare center and classrooms open to playgrounds for children. Common areas within the building are introduced to translucent day light through crayon shaped skylights.