Head Start

The design consists of approximately 11,000 s.f. of construction for pre-school facilities.  Color, texture and geometry are incorporated in the architectural concept as a learning experience.  The architecture introduces the idea of a playful composition of geometric spaces.  An inclined cube volume defines the building’s main entrance.  A circular central plaza organizes the composition at the floor plan central axis.  A rectangular shape volume with pitched roofs oriented to receive the natural light from the North coordinate, provides the classroom areas for 100 children.  Each one of the classrooms has a different color and shape assigned that distinguishes it from the others.  Work done under commission for Guillermety Ortiz & Associates.