Model was created together with teachers and parents during several workshops in May, June, July and August 2019. The architectural design of the Waldorf school and Kindergarten was formed by the method of participative design. Participatory design helped to find answers to the basic questions of the entire layout of the school campus. Joint work on the model ultimately led to a collective consensus over the award. A list of rooms and necessary spaces was created together before the work on the model was started. These were transferred on a specific scale to paper and cut out. With the cut-out rooms, the group moved around the prepared map and created the foundations of the shapes and orientations of buildings. Only then was the work with a ducted plasticel and the model began to emerge spatially. This method of artistically conceived participatory creation allows living organic shapes to occur. Just as the Waldorf pedagogy supports a free manifestation of an individual who consciously reflects his surroundings, participatory work is the expression of the collective spirit of the group. The following images are a story that captures the storyline of the emergence of models against the current time. From the finished model to the beginnings working on several variants of models to searching and preparing list of rooms.