What if the square, highly structured building and the rolling, freeform valley were absorbed into one another, becoming entangled. If the building, split into classes, could easily be transformed into a single space that blended in with the garden. Wouldn't a nursery school like this be a paradise of learning for the children? Located in Tokyo, Momogo-en will be an exceptional site featuring a nursery school, childcare centre and area for hosting seniors. The presence of 280 children and 70 seniors will stimulate intergenerational interactions. In the morning, shoji and fusuma will close off the classrooms, allowing for structured learning. In the afternoon, these modular partitions will open to reveal an entirely open-plan space, encouraging carefree discovery.