How to cut down the amount of stimuli n indoor play areas and at the same time create more diverse playing opportunities?
Analysis and design suggestions for 31 play halls spread over The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark
The amount of stimuli in indoor playgrounds is overwhelming. Children need space to withdraw and play their own game. These boxes were designed for children to withdraw from the enormous offer of movement games, here children have the opportunity to play their fantasy and roleplay games, to read in the reading-container, to be creative in the building-container and to completely withdraw while listening to stories in the listening-container. At the moment these designs are being built.