Design Peek

Design Peek featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Little houses

Little Houses is a unique modular space divider made for furnishing any early childhood learning environment and create different activity zones in any child-centered setting. Sensory Play Space Divider helps developing sensory skills, fine motor skills, self-expression and imagination, communication skills, aesthetics and raise imaginative children. Every panel of this divider can rotate 330 degree, and folds flat when it’s not used. There is 685 holes for various sensory activity.

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Kebrick

The Kebrick design team redefines beach and snow toys, analyzing how they have adapted to the users' needs. After an indepth research and talks with parents and experts, the team concentrated on designing a toy that would boost children's (ages 4 - 6) creativity. The design focuses on their psychomotricity needs and intellectual challenges. Kebrick comes unassembled. Kids create different shapes by interconnecting the pieces. Once they build the desired shape, they just fill in the resulting mold with damp sand or snow and slide it up to reveal the finished shape in the sand or snow.

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Activ3

Activ3 is a 3 wheels stroller with sporty but elegant line. It goes along the growth of the baby thanks to the interchangeable seats. Parents needs are fulfilled with a simplified closing system, useful pockets for storage and a huge basket below the seat. Most important, contact with children can be kept all the time thanks to the transparent surface on the top covering. On child’s perspective the seat results soft and comfortable, embracing the kid and giving the feeling and warmth of a hug. It protects from the elements but gives a view of it, creating an atmosphere of security and love.

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Little Bear

Little Bear Kids straw water bottle is design for children which could prevent the water from splashing. The design inspiration of the shape is from "Bear", clear and rounded design language, create a comfortable user experience. We make a design on the button which can prevent splashing of the water. All parts of the water bottle are easily disassembled. You can clean and sterilize each component, not just the body.

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"little nest"

The designer shaped the cradle out of one single wool felt to aim as a cocoon and hug around the baby as a protective shell taking care of its peaceful rest. The cradle once it is hanged reacts to every little move of the child and sways it gently. This gives the baby a very similar feeling that it enjoyed prior to its birth. Due to simple geometry, 100% natural materials and the single-point suspension, babies can enjoy gentle care very similar to what they experienced prior to their birth. The design is kept simple, timeless and beautiful just as it would be shaped by nature itself

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Tink Things

Tink Things considers different neurological thresholds while using therapeutic principles to design supportive sensory furniture. It strives to help create a more fun, encouraging and enjoyable surroundings suitable for all children and the wide scope of their sensory needs. Sensory intelligence is the foundation of a child development. It entails a whole spectrum of processes that serve as building blocks for growth, development and overall learning. Adequate sensory processing is encouraged by sensory rich environments that are more dynamic and fun, but also work as a food for the brain.

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