KLEINLab a Small Laboratory in Amsterdam

Kleinlab daycare in amsterdam

Every week I visit MiLK magazine's blog it is a guaranteed hit … keeping me updated for the latest in the world of design for kids …this week Milk introduced me to kleinlab from Amsterdam.

A unique and extraordinary type of daycare … focusing on the the child as a researcher, individual and powerful human being. Kleinlab's vision is based  on the theory of Reggio Emilia.

Their website opens with a quote by Einstein: “When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking" ~Albert Einstein~ Scientist  (1879-1955)

I believe Kleinlab is trendsetting in their way of decorating the rooms, their approach, vision and style. I would definitely consider bringing my kids here. It all seems so fun and experimental. which would keep my boys focused and concentrated for a long time. Less is more seems so appropriate here! …


Kleinlab-amsterdamnoord  Kinderdagverblijf-kleinlab  Milk-kleinlab     




Photography : Annelore van Herwijnen

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  1. famstore

    Great to see this post about the wonderfull daycare KLEINLAB.
    We are so happy and proud that they bought lots of playstuff and accesoirizes in our shop (famstore.nl)
    And beautiful photografy too!!

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