my space by liya mairson
 
my space by liya mairson
aug 06, 2010

my space by liya mairson

‘my space’ by liya mairson

liya mairson a recent graduate from shenkar institute for engineering and design has sent in images of her project ‘my space’. the cardboard folding play area is designed for children aged 3-6 based around a pop-up technique.

‘my space’ has been developed specifically for small apartments which lack the space for a play room. when closed it uses minimal space and can be stored behind a door or under a single bed.

my space by liya mairson

my space by liya mairson

my space by liya mairson

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  • this will last pretty good. yeah, some of the fold-out parts will get torn off, but a hot glue gun will soon fix that.
    I built a simple cardboard play house for my son from flimsy boxes some Ikea furniture came in, and though it got broken it was easily fixed, and has lasted a year already. He’s 2 and a half now.
    I figure the kids will be bored of this before it’s completely destroyed, and at least this can be recycled unlike 90% of the awful plastic cr*p out there for kids!

    Dave
  • Can’t believe Ikea haven’t already thought of this – but they must be a good bet for selling the concept?

    Jules M
  • i would love to buy it too!!

    kaipei
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