"Reading Net" Allows Kids to Learn While Floating in Mid-Air

With this fun design, no longer will parents have to distinguish between play time and reading time. The Reading Net, by creative studio Playoffice, is a lively design that encourages learning through playing. The Madrid-based studio transformed the idea of a formal library into this interactive net that can be installed in the home. The unique space provides a happy solution for both parents and kids alike.

Young readers are invited to select a few of their favorite stories and climb up into the opening that hangs just above their parents. No longer confined to chairs, they can sit, lay down, hang upside down, or even dangle their feet over the edge of the space that serves as their personal hideout from parents sitting just one level below. The creative environment is an exciting kid-friendly area where they can read a chapter and then take a break to energetically bounce around before settling down again into their stories.

Playoffice website
via [This Isn't Happiness]

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