Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play



children's playground

A library of traditional house has been transformed into the most popular place in the house for the kids. The project is an interesting reading corner for children created by creative studio Play office in Madrid. The design team focused on designing spaces for children that encourage learning through play "Reading Net" is still a wonderful opportunity to show school children that reading can be fun and enjoyable. boundaries between reading and game away when children climb over the mobile network. A word of advice. Who needs chairs uncomfortable if you can find on the net?

A network in a reading corner for children

Reading corner



Children see the world differently. Our rules and boundaries have no meaning for them. For us adults, it is often difficult to adapt to their wishes. For children, the world in which we live, a nice big playground. Walls for painting, swimming pools, furniture for climbing. In this colorful world of infinite possibility of a suspended thread is the ideal Versteckort where the children sit, lie, or even upside down. It seems strange, is not it?

Reading area for children where they can play

Nursery






a bit 'superhero

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play


can rely on the ramp

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play

the child can sit or lie down

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play

Upside down is fun

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play

Pending the reading area for children that encourages learning through play

Reading chair design TILT provides assurance of privacy protection










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