Edinburgh’s Rudolf Steiner School Kindergarten opened their doors this year and described the building as:

“…a physical realisation of the principles of Steiner/Waldorf education, which emphasises that young children are profoundly influenced by their environment. The homely building allows children to develop vital early skills in an unhurried setting. It is a living example of community approach to construction – parents worked free in the evenings and pupils of all ages assisted in organised sessions.“.

The Kindergarten is also an important example of the importance of our creative process in integrating style, construction and economy that we are very proud of, and it has stood the test of time extremely well since opening in 1991.