Wow! It's been SO long since I've posted anything on either of my blogs but not for lack of having exciting things going on around here...The Adamses are still Having More Fun. :) So tonight I finally got around to going through way too many pictures from the last few months and as I tried to decide which ones to put up and which blog to put them on, I decided to MERGE THE BLOGS! It was silly to try and keep our school stuff separate from the rest of our adventures...the school part of our…
Nebula, interactive wall by NYOYN
Nebula is an interactive wall that combines the latest in interactive technology and software-controlled content to provide hours of fun, exercise and magica...
Children’s Psychiatric Hospital Uses Design To Heal
The best designs suited to children are those that tell stories, those that lead them to their amazing world of fantasy. It’s something that designers
Segis says Highway. I say Roller-coaster. Bartoli Design for Segis created its Highway Collection with loop de loops and ribbons of seating. The seats are constructed of steel, fire-retardant polyurethane foam and polyester. The vibrant solid colors and repetition in shape make it an interesting piece. I can see the furniture pieces in a pediatrician's waiting room, lobby of a big modern space or a children's museum. Children can play under the loops...it is a furniture design gone jungle…
Smile Power Magic Heat Sensitive Wall Toy
Great for pediatric dental offices. Positive dental health images surround the Smile Power Magic Wall Panel Toy. Toothpaste and brushes, floss, smiles, and tooth fairies make up the frame.
Rethinking the Waiting Room by Fuelfor | Dezeen
Nobody likes hospital waiting rooms. Barcelona design agency Fuelfor have designed a series of conceptual improvements to make them a little more bearable. Their suggestions include a communal table where patients and their family can prepare for consultions, a smartphone application for patients to track their progress in the queue and a modular seating system