Einstein said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge."
How does design encourage children to play? This selection of children’s rooms shows the funny side of architecture. Enjoy!
House on the Flight of Birds by Bernardo Rodrigues, arquitecto: a momentary and fleeting glance, as a childhood memory that arises unexpectedly.
ALMONDHILL by Esra Kazmirci: sleep and play in the mansard roof.
Battersea Church Road by extrArchitecture: the blackboard on the wall.
The Old Water Tower by Gresford Architects: the wigwam.
Andorra by CONTI, CERT.: the minimal setting.
D74 by WIDAWSCY STUDIO ARCHITEKTURY : pastel colours.
Maisonette Paris 16 by Equipe Eitan Hammer et Ulli Heckmann: the parents’ bathroom is connected directly to the children's bedroom to create a suite like a space integrating a dressing and a small study.
Villa Vallmo by Thomas Sandell: Swedish inspiration.
House G-S by Graux & Baeyens architecten: natural materials.
Apto. Angelina by RSRG Arquitetos: harmony between design and functional concept.