While "kids' galleries" often just mean a room filled with content that children may be interested in -- dinosaurs, space or animals -- it doesn't often have an interactive element that truly excites and engages children. The TUBO exhibit is different -- it is a space that is created by children, full of giant food-like structures waiting to be filled with color.
The exhibit has a stack of brightly colored foam tubes that kids and parents alike are invited to use to interact with the "3D coloring book." The concept is fun, simple and creative, inclusive to children of all ages who all seem to immediately know what to do.
As a part of Design Week in Hangzhou, China, the TUBO exhibit sets a new standard for interactive kids' galleries.
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