ARRANGEMENT OF OUTDOOR SPACE AT PRESCHOOL INSTITUTIONS IN THE CITY OF NIS

Sanja Spasic Djordjevic, Danica Stankovic

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First page
273
Last page
282

Abstract


Open spaces within the preschools should be thoroughly planned during the design of the facilities. To children who use the services of a preschools, these spaces make their stay interesting, and for that reason facilities in courtyards and green spaces should be carefully planned. These parameters of urbanism were taken into account when we looked at open spaces in preschools on the territory of Nis. This work includes analyses of all 20 preschools in the city of Nis, with the aim to draw attention to the situation in the region and the problems they face.


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