Kids’ Cool Spaces

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Day 2 of Artchoo reruns here- I love all of these cool spaces for kids; just think about the imaginations of the people who design such amazing spaces for kids. You have to tap deep into your inner child to come up with these ideas.

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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:

 

crochet-playscape Crocheted installation at the Hokane Open-Air Museum in Japan, by Toshiko  Horiuchi-MacAdam

 

monstrumplayground

house with slide

playground easter island Playgrounds by Monstrum- a Danish design firm.

 

cool hotel play room Playroom at the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem

 

The-Kid-Republic-bookstore

 

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The Kid Republic Bookstore in Beijing, China

 

tire park in tokyo

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Tokyo Tire Park- filled with over 3,000 old tires for fun rubbery times.

 

A Private kindergarten in Israel designed by Lev-Gargir Architects.

 

howard johnsons resort sanya bay Howard Johnsons Resort Sanya Bay

 

Play area at Cherry Creek Shopping Center in WI. (I think I just read that it’s closed now, but it’s still really cool.)

 

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  1. says

    Wowzers! These are so cool! Did somebody really knit that first one?! I am so into this kind of thing. Makes me want to research and visit interesting play spaces near us!
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  2. says

    Nice to see the HoJo bringing it in terms of design.

    Our local mall also has a breakfast foods climbing-thing. It’s kind a neat to rumble over some waffles.
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