British architect Yasmine Mahmoudieh unveiled her concept, which is a modular innovative education area for hotels, at an exclusive press pre-launch event in London…
A new innovative interiors concept for hotels, which emerged from the success of an online learning platform, myKidsy, is about to launch in Cologne, which confronts the current design landscape of hospitality industry.
myKidsy Playground, designed by architect Yasmine Mahmoudieh, consists of interior elements and learning offerings that can be flexibly integrated into existing spaces.
Networked with the booking portal myKidsy, extracurricular learning content and life skills are conveyed in myKidsy Playground. The installation, which will be debuted at the up-coming trade furniture and interiors fair imm cologne, will showcase modular and recycled furniture concepts for toddlers, children and young adults.
In partnership with internationally renowned recording artist and sound architect Tom Middleton, the special area at the show will stage as a totally sensual learning experience with the incorporation of aromas and sound.
Depending upon the age group, a variety of tables, chairs, seating and wall elements are available as furnishings, which can be flexibly adapted to the available space and the respective requirements. “Children are often ignored when it comes to design,” explained Mahmoudieh at the pre-launch event. “The myKidsy Playground concept engages children and young adults meaningfully by using all four senses.”
The “design and build” solution of mykidsy playground is said to become an inspirational space to be implemented into hotels mainly to entertain children for the 21st century and prepare them for a future.
Main image credit: Yasmine Mahmoudieh