Family Box is an educational center for young children in Beijing, designed by SAKO Architects. The team decorated the interior based on an abstract idea of vegetation, along with bright pops of color throughout.
Using vegetation as a source of inspiration for a kid's education center is certainly distinct, as most would just use bright colors and call it a day. However, SPARK Architects wanted to take this idea and turn it into a more abstract concept for the interior. The children can then be just as intrigued with the space as much as everything that they learn from the leaders in the space. Overall the area is perfect for stimulating creativity in the young kids' minds.
Photo Credits: designboom, sako.co.jp
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