Kids take their inspiration anytime. When it comes to entertainment, they want to imitate you. That’s why they often want to be like their ‘impossible’ heroes.
One of my kids loves “The Amazing Spiderman” so much. She uses every opportunity to dress like him. She wants her books, bags, and other schoolmates to have something to do with her hero.
I remember his last Halloween. His father traveled to the next town to get Spiderman’s costume to wear to school. On his last birthday, I found a large picture of Spiderman next to his bed. He liked it until our last conversation.
He was growing up and looking for something different in his path. He wanted to change his room and install a more comfortable display. It was difficult at first because I had known him in a certain way his whole life. After a chat with a friend, he introduced me to a trade show.
According to him, there is a design trade show in Barcelona with amazing designs. There is a place with beautiful designs from children’s handicrafts. We looked at the place and were amazed.
Since it was difficult to recreate many of the designs we see there, he was inspired and took an episode from one of them. The cardboard shelf was very nice and we planned to re-create it in his room.
Before this moment, I had no idea that a child’s handiwork would inspire me or my child. Their designs were highly commendable.
From Arian Mostaedi’s Preschool & Kindergarten Architecture: this project was designed by Maite Torrent, Natalia Rubella, and Niall O’Flynn.
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