Coordination Asia’s design for the Kids Museum of Glass 2.0 in Shanghai is a sophisticated scheme that appeals to both young and old.
Bringing the scale down to their level while doing away with the typical clash of colours – this collection of children’s play spaces show what the future of designing for kids looks like.
NITAPROW brings the outdoors in at Playville nursery in Bangkok, creating a dynamic interior-scape where young kids can test their expanding physical prowess.
As the 2019 INDE.Awards entries get ready to close, we take a look back at a colourful and futuristic library refurbishment that received an Honourable Mention for The Learning Space at the 2018 INDE.Awards.
How do spaces for children differ from spaces for adults? Muxin Studio creates a cosy children’s library in Shanghai where fused spaces are comfortably scaled for little ones and choreographed to suit learning and play, introverted and extroverted activities.