||||||||||A “Tetris mountain” enlivens the larger play room|The kids can interact and climb on the soft cubes|The room for visual arts focuses on curved organic shapes and vibrant colours|The design is meant to transport visitors to a “dreamlike reality”|The smaller playroom features a soft green carpet that curves up onto the walls|The corridors connect to the various rooms through curved yellow arches|The corridors connect to the various rooms through curved yellow arches|Children can go to the reading room for academic support, to reading and watch films and cartoons|Colour psychology is used to free children’s creativity||
05 Aug 2014

Kalorias Children’s Space by Estúdio Amatam, Portugal

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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