The 14th issue of speech: is dedicated to architecture for children. The generation growing up today has been the focus of architects and urban planners like never before: for testing various teaching methods and systems the most advanced buildings are being built, many of which are ahead of their time. The most striking edifices built for children have been gathered within the covers of this issue—kindergartens and schools, recreation centers and playgrounds, libraries, museums, and cafes. At a time when investment in human capital has become perhaps the most promising, the typology of architecture for children has indeed reached its maximum diversity. In looking through hundreds of buildings for little ones, this issue highlights not simply the most innovative or striking sites, but those that have contributed to the transformation of cities, creating in them a truly fulfilling and child-friendly urban environment.