This diploma thesis investigates the design of a new kindergarten in London, using the international ideas competition run by AWR-Award in November 2015 as the functional brief as a basis for further development. Inspired by free geometries and the child as a source of energy and creativity, the building`s design results in an organic shape and enables the children to play and explore the building, while learning. Architectural priority is given to the façade, which consists of several “layers”, distinguished through sun shades, the façade itself and a net surface. In between those layers, play scape structures are positioned, offering different type of physical activity and movement. The flexibility of the glass facade enables easy access to a secured open green area. The proposed site is located in the London Greenwich district east of the city center and is bordering on the grounds of the well-known London Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Greenwich Park, suggesting itself to become a focus point to interlink nature, knowledge and movement spatially, functionally and thematically. The rail station Greenwich connects the site with the close-by city center, making the new kindergarten campus easily accessible, not only by car, but also with a public transportation. The "Kindergarten(ing)" project focuses on creating a vivid and diverse place of interest and play, a nursery school that does not restrict a childs movement depending on a meteorological conditions, but encourages exploring and curiosity, that offers a high quality space to study and experiment, and makes spending time in a kindergarten facility a nice and fun experience not only for toddlers, but for their teachers as well.