After the original hexagonal plan devised by Stuttgart architect Günther Wilhelm had been discarded, the Kindertagesstätte or day care center was built according to plans developed by the Tiergarten building authority. The ensemble consists of two simple, single-storey bungalow-style masonry buildings, one for the nursery, and one for the group space for the older kindergarten children, l inked by a corridor glazed on the street side that also serves as an entrance.
The ensemble is set back from the street with an expansive garden plot that gives the children room to play. The flat roofs of the two buildings with their wide overhang protect act as sun protection. Combined with the wide windows, they emphasize the horizontality of the building.