Category Archives for Kids

O-o pony – recycled playground in Gdansk

Reshtki –  Sara Podwysocka and Maria Ostrowska: sculptor and jeweler with teaching degrees, is a team created from love and passion for unwanted objects. They find fun, beauty and function in rubbish and trash, particularly interested in working with public spaces – interfering with it, reading it’s needs and changing it. In 2013 they built […]

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The Workspace Next Door: Lii

This week’s workspace next door takes us to Sweden. Anne is an illustrator, photographer, blogger and small business owner over at ANNESS. Girls: Lii (6), Mio (almost 3), Tuva (4 months) What were the main aspects to consider when deciding on the kids workspace? We wanted to give our kids a large workspace with room […]

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Our First World Record: Drawbot

On Friday 10th Researchers Night took place in Budapest. We picked the funnest project ever to participate with. The Drawbot! Not only we made drawing robots, we also participated in setting the world record for the biggest picture drawn by drawbots. First we made a Mean Machine. We disassembled one of the toy cars we […]

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Friday Adorbs: A Tube Toy

You know how kids sometimes enjoy playing with the box more than with the toy that came in it? That is where Oscar Diaz comes in, with his Tube Toys. Everything you need to build a toy is inside the tube and the only waste is a little paper label with instructions. Also, all parts […]

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The Workspace Next Door: Boró, Barnus and Bori

We’re continuing with our workspaces next door. This week creative blogger Bori Kollár, co-founder of Szintér and a blogger behind Borarti for kids is sharing her thoughts on their workspace decisions. Kids: Boró (7), Barnus (6) What were the main aspects to consider when deciding on the kids workspace? The most important thing for me was […]

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Petite Albion

P wished for winter this morning. I am not so keen on having to put 100 layers on them when we leave the house, but there are some seriously cute items that make me wish for winter sometimes too. Petite Albion create colorful handmade knits for children from 0 to 6 years. Their signature styles […]

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