Spring is a newly established learning center for children that eschews the fairytale cliche of its genre: space filled rainbow colours, cartoon characters, toys and stuff, which is often the result of superimposing an adult’s perspective onto the space. This amazing space designed by Joey Ho Design architecture company based in Hong Kong.
For this project, the designer tried to look at the picture from a child’s viewpoint, and concentrate on the learning experience as a whole. The aim is to formulate a space that caters to children’s both physical and psychological needs, and ultimately help them achieve their development and learning potential.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 5 March, 2014
Awww… Cute isn’t it?
Available from mid February at Animi Causa.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 29 January, 2014
Comfortable, cosy and fun, the Roll by Danish design studio Utzon Kids is versatility in itself – it rolls out into lots of playful shapes. So it’s great for developing the motor skills of active, imaginative kids. And because it is such a space-efficient design, it’s also perfect for busy mums and dads too.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 21 January, 2014
Since I’m thinking of redesigning my girls rooms, I browse around the net for new products and I found those incredible canvas storage boxes with beautiful designs by Great Little. My girls would love those!
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 14 January, 2014
Save some space and make it playful while drawing your kids headboard. This cute bedroom from a house in Brooklyn designed by husband and wife Marco Pasanella and Rebecca Robertson.
Photography by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 13 January, 2014
I was thinking lately about designing my girls’ bedrooms and I decided that since my 4 years old loves, adores, admires pink and I love grey we’ll compromise on a pink/grey silhouette .
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 8 January, 2014