Children desire props and toys that reflect their imaginative nature, which is why designers Designed by Qianqian Hu, Heguang Wang, Yang Zhang and Yilin Liang crafted the 'Moon House' -- a hexagonal play structure that serves as a curiosity-inducing tent.
The structure of the Moon House alone is enough to attract children, as its unique form promises a dynamic adventure. Designed to be built collaboratively between parents and children, Moon House offers its users an experience that commences before the structure is even complete. The structure is made out of two materials: felt and tung wood. The felt offers children a soft surface to play in, while the wood offers durability and subsequently, peace of mind for parents.
To make the structure even more appealing to children, the wooden exterior can be drawn on with marker, making for a customized and imaginative children's play tent.
The 'Moon House' Offers Children a Dynamic Place to Play
1. Imaginative Play Structures - There is an opportunity for designers to create more dynamic and interactive play structures that encourage creativity and imagination in children.
2. Collaborative Building Experiences - Brands can explore opportunities to create building experiences that involve both parents and children in the construction process of toys and structures.
3. Customizable Play Products - Toy manufacturers can create more customizable play products like the Moon House that allow for personalization and encourages creative play.
1. Toy Manufacturing - Toy manufacturers can benefit from creating more innovative and interactive toys that promote imaginative play and collaboration.
2. Home Goods - Home goods companies can explore creating more aesthetically pleasing and multi-functional play structures for children that can blend in with home decor.
3. Education - Educators can consider incorporating collaborative building experiences into their curriculum to promote problem-solving skills and teamwork among students.