Liya Mairson, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, has created a children’s play house that takes cues from pop up books, except this on is life size. Called “My Space”, this playhouse was designed for small apartments which lack the space for a dedicated playroom. When opened, it encourages children to experiment with different layouts and lets them bring to life their dreams and imaginary worlds. When closed, it can be easily stored behind a door or under a bed. Pretty neat idea, just hope the cardboard can last long. [source]
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