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NUBO / PAL Design

  • 19:00 - 31 May, 2017
NUBO / PAL Design
NUBO / PAL Design, © Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington © Michelle Young, Amy Piddington © Michelle Young, Amy Piddington © Michelle Young, Amy Piddington + 13

  • Design Team

    Joslyn Lam
  • Branding & Signage Design

    Frost*collective Pty
  • Client

    Little Seashell Pty
  • More Specs Less Specs
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

Text description provided by the architects. NUBO – as its meaning cloud suggests – is hard to pin down with its unlimited potential as a stimulating and inclusive play centre to encourage learning, exploration, boundless imagination. Children are respected yet always stimulated, while parents are encouraged to engage and interact with them through and through.

© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

Its core spaces satiate kids’ curiosity and emphasises the concept of ‘Pure Play’ to make and create, and with facilities carefully designed and flexibly suited for children aged two to eight. Suited for children in their various stages of learning to safely and explore the entire space, the overall design takes a minimalist approach to remove unnecessary furniture and equipment - with just enough to invent their own games.

© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

In turn, NUBO boasts a variety of ‘Pure Play’ spaces and activities including an extensive children’s library; a building and rooms full of Big Blue Block, MagFormers, Lego Wedo 2.0 and Kaleido Gears; a café where children can make a range of healthy dishes; and a zone for active play completed with opportunities to slide, climb and hide.

© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

Equally important is to invite parents to spend quality family time together – and with plenty of interactions, too. Adults are also invited to relax and even learn alongside their kids with child-like curiosity. ‘Pure Play’, after all, means something for everyone in this well-designed space to enjoy.

© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
Floor Plan
Floor Plan
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington
© Michelle Young, Amy Piddington

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