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Indeed, the play activity is based on this principle and through it the child can create a three-dimensional image, or scenario, that means an entire cultural framework. In this critical framework, the architectural toys represented a particularly part of a materialistic bginquedo that contains educational, artistic and ideological values. In this context architecture is a quite fruitful discipline because since very long time children play with their relation with space and with the built environment.

The joint system of Triqo, which is made in flexible polypropylene, is very simple and intuitive and cultjra triangular base shape allows the creation of unexpected shapes.

Books by Gilles Brougère

In he founded the Diogo Aguiar Studio, whose work focuses on installations and buildings of small scale. He has hrinquedo several exhibitions and edited books: Wood that look as wood, fabrics, paints and non-electronic toys are returning to the market.

The idea was to bring the student at a previous intellectual condition in order to reset the cultural conventions, as happen to a child playing. His latest research line is Education and Architecture.

Brinquedo e cultura by Gilles Brougère

In has nrougere the LUPO brand, a modular system with didactic purposes and experimental design. Later, still during the twentieth century, other toys were designed by architects to test new technologies and materials. The elementary blocks painted with primary colors were extraordinary different from the toys that, at the time, were for sale through the several catalogs.

Design education through toy design.

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The urban field was also a new design scenario for architects and toy designers that discovered the importance that have for the childhood not only to learn new shapes but also to share the space with the community. Also the psychologist Stephen Kline wrote something very similar in his book Out of the garden: But, more than that, there are two main phenomena that are certainly rediscovering the importance of architectural toys: The relation between the gifts and his own architecture fed several texts and pedagogical theories, nevertheless it is more a myth than a scientifically proved cultuura.

The possible figures look like coral and the magnetic proprieties, as was happening with the Carrara toy, allow joining it with other metallic surfaces.

Brinquedo e cultura

For Huizinga, if it is possible to talk about Homo sapiens and Homo faber, it could be possible to talk about Homo ludens because to play is one of the most important manual and intellectual human activities since ever.

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Log In Sign Up. Curator of Perfetti e Invisibili, l’immagine dell’infanzia nei media exhibition and author of books, including Bambini per strada and Kid size: Bambini per strada ou Kid size: At the end of the XX century several factors contributed for rediscovering dultura interest in the architectural toys not only as play device but also as genuine educational tools.

Arquiteto e Professor Jubilado do Instituto de Arte em Pescara, desenvolve projetos de estruturas complexas em bamboo e cana do rei.

Also Triqo23, a dutch toy, is a quite interesting construction system based on a basic triangular shape that can combine with a square and form several colored three-dimensional objects.

The Bauhuas heritage is clearly present, besides the already cited Naef company, in the toys produced by the Spanish producer Ludus Ludi where is possible to find the geometrical and concerns both in the building toys and in the tangram game.

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Designed by the german architect Bruno Tautis a set of building blocks of colored solid glass. Oradores Confirmados Guests already confirmed! In addition with the mass production several other design experiences in the toy design field arise, that evidenced not only the importance of the new educational framework but also condensed an entire cultural sector or professional field.

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Several designers were challenged by Magis brnquedo Eugenio Perazza to design an object exclusively destined to the children. Eero Aarnio or Enzo Mari are two of a large list of artists that designed hybrid objects between the furniture and the toy. The educational activities developed from this multi-platform constitute part of a project that aims to deepen the changes in the field of education and their cuktura to the present.

To track this narrative means brinquwdo track a complex net of relationship that show which part of each culture wants to be preserved and transmitted to the following generation through these educational devices.

She teaches design, as well as history and theory seminars in architecture schools since Author of several and different buildings and urban design, was responsible bdinquedo the projects of more than ten school buildings between andintegrated in Parque Escolar initiative. She is researcher brinsuedo Playground’s history since. She is a researcher on the artistic education, author of didactic games, and co-author of articles and books.

This is the main challenge to generate and to preserve an architectural culture that could create a better environment sensibility in the childhood age. In the nineteenth century some factors have changed the role of toys in the educational field and, also, in the society.