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Jacaranda o Jacarandà?


Jacarandà takes its name from a lilac tree with beautiful flowers. The jacaranda tree grows slowly but solidly, and is widespread in Argentina, the country where the originators of this project were born and spent the first few years of their life, before moving to Milan. The memory of a childhood spent in large, bright spaces led them to create a place where children can grow daily surrounded by a mutual connection between education and the beauty of architecture, a place where the attention they receive can be a stimulus to understand and interpret the world that surrounds them.


Jacarandà has a playful final accent, which also wants to be the way to constantly remind the adults of the attention that must be given to small things to help children grow slowly but in a solid way...

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