There actually ARE cool spaces for kids in the world, and I’ve seen a bunch of them lately. Through the internet, of course. But wouldn’t it be fun to take a world tour of creative kid spaces? These are some of my favorites:
Crocheted installation at the Hokane Open-Air Museum in Japan, by Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam
Playgrounds by Monstrum- a Danish design firm.
The Kid Republic Bookstore in Beijing, China
Tokyo Tire Park- filled with over 3,000 old tires for fun rubbery times.
A Private kindergarten in Israel designed by Lev-Gargir Architects.
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