Reading, Writing, Rainbows.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

This kaleidoscopic Parisian primary school, with its multihued hallways and tomato-red floors, is making me reconsider my own apartment's stark white walls. Could this be the new happiest place on Earth?


Photos via Fubiz. Found via Handmade Charlotte.

23 comments:

Linda said...

So happy & fun! I bet all the kids love going to school :)

Rita said...

wow! i always think grade schools are inspiring, but this is just amazing. why do you think we go from technicolor school decor that motivates us and energizes us to grey, beige cubicles when we grow up? i don't get it! i dream of my own office where i can escape the beige lunatics!

Lisa said...

Oooh, what a fun place - isn't that what schools should be like!! And the bathroom stalls - haha! I guess even as a child you need a little bit of privacy here and there :)

ever ours said...

there never would be a sad day there.

Kathy said...

This is what every grade school should look like!

Stefania said...

so happy and free!

Michelle S said...

so many happy feelings must come from this place!

www.prettydinos.com

angela said...

I would have absolutely loved going to school there!

Panda Head said...

SUPER TRIPPY! I totally see this as a factory churning out little graffiti artists...a hundred tiny Fafis running around at recess!

Loulou said...

Oh my, how much fun would it be to go to that school! This also makes me think about my plain cream coloured walls.

Loulou

Shoko said...

Rita, I hear you! Beige - ugh!

Lisa, those partitions are the cutest!

Morgan, I love that.

Rachel @ Existation said...

Man, everything is better in France!

Ruth Martin said...

Awesome!

© Jessica Robinette said...

That is so sweet! While on the topic of rainbows, have you seen this yet? http://www.bemiscenter.org/art/exhibitions/rainbow-project.html

The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is showing this piece, which is literally a man made rainbow, a few times a day. Amazing, right?

Thanks for the great post!

Jess
jessicarobinette.com

Cicilia said...

Oh gosh...soooo cute!!!!

Eliza Jane said...

Wow, that's cool that this place actually exists!

Michele said...

It's actually a nursery school for 3-5 year olds. (public school in France starts at 3.) It's also near the marx dormoy metro in the 18th, which isn't known as te best neighborhood in Paris. I bet it's a magical space!

{Liana} said...

What a cool place to learn! That's a happy environment, for sure!

Shoko said...

Michele, thanks for letting me know! And yes, "magical" is the perfect word!

Shoko said...

Jessica, that looks awesome! Thank you!!

trishie said...

What an awesome place to study in! I would happily go back to school again.

Pink Ronnie said...

That has got to be the most cheerful toilet I've ever seen!
Ronnie xo

parisianmouse said...

woah, I'm french, I live in Paris and I first hear about this incredible school here on your website! thx, it's such a lovely school!

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