When children learn in a classroom, they greatly benefit from rich educational content. However, their day-to-day living spaces often remain repetitive and stereotyped.
To address this issue, we avoid the use of static connotations such as “this is a big tree”, “this is a small house”, “this is a small castle”, and rather make use of basic geometric relation that create chaotic, irregular, non-straightforward visuals, prompting children to think about the environment where they live every day and understand it according to their own imagination.
Lead designer: Vinci Chan
Design team: Dio Chang, Lucy Lu
Design refinement: Sean Ve, Edith Deng, Zilong Chen
Photography: Zhang Chao, Leno Huang
Article: Sam Zhang
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