Wooden tipi nurseries proposed by French architects

Architects in France have designed a wooden tipi that acts as a micro-nursery for 12 children.

The project, Sticks, was designed to be mass produced and low-cost and uses all natural materials.

Architect Djuric Tardio is planning to install Sticks in unused spaces in parks and gardens across Paris.

A screen of sticks would surround three circular floors, giving the structure a conical form.

The lowest floor would contain reception and kitchen facilities, while the middle floor would feature teaching and activity spaces, with a terrace above.

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