These cardboard dividers by award-winning designer Enzo Mari serve to add a decorative touch to playrooms and bedrooms, as well as section off spaces for imagination to thrive.
The cardboard panels span about three meters in length, featuring 10 individual corrugated pressboard panels that are punched with fun cutout shapes. These abstract details on the board evoke the colors of the sun, sea or brick walls, inspiring kids to let their imaginations run absolutely wild.
The 'Il Posto dei Giochi' was first produced by Bruno Danese in the 60s, now it is being reintroduced by Corraini as part of a series of toys, games and decor for kids with an emphasis on art and design.
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