Our proposal for a kindergarten and housing for physically handicapped children won first place. The proposal was delivered in collaboration with Nord-Tre contractor and Bjørbekk & Lindheim landscape architects. Located next to a small hill covered with rough, almost untouched vegetation, the kindergarten slides into the surrounding landscape and provides access to the wild for children of every physical ability. On the pier stretching over the landscape, a child usually limited by a wheelchair, can freely play among the treetops. The building itself functions as a playground both internally and externally. On the first floor, the housing forms a community placed on the same level as existing housing. Their spacious home gives the opportunity of therapy, solitude or communal living with the other residents, even if confined to a bed. About the project the jury states as follow: The concept, with its clear overall landscape formation, sympathetic architecture and playfulness, has made an impression on the jury. The plan provides with its simplicity a very good point of departure for establishing a functional facility, that responds to the needs of children both with and without disabilities, as well as employees. The proposal is fully aligned with the intended ambition of developing a robust project with a high degree of inherent flexibility.