The Cubby house Concept

chubby house

Australian architectural firm has designed a children’s play house, the Cubby House. This initiative aims to prevent homeless youth. The custom shelter encourages creative games and induces a sense of belonging. Also, it offers a finely detailed installation that offers a range of objects to create a backyard. Indeed, the usually rigid chamber has been reflected in a system of moving blocks. In short, they can be used to fill voids, to provide openings or to store secret treasures.

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An early intervention strategy

The structure of best and beautiful designed chubby houses by Australian firm was auctioned as part of Melbourne’s international “flowers and gardens 2017” program. This early intervention strategy helps prevent homelessness among youth. Indeed, the funds will be intended for children. In addition, a children’s design workshop and an internal design cart were organized to develop the MySpace concept. In addition, the children were invited to bring their ideas to design “the ultimate cubby”.

The concept

“Thanks to MySpace, we conceptualized a small traditional bedroom by transforming the basic rigid construction. So kids create their own space by manipulating blocks of different sizes on four levels, “says Matt Hutton, a design partner.”They arrange the cube at their convenience. It is a non-static space where children can create their universe and reinvent it as they wish. ”

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Children, a real engine!

“We like to see the creativity of our participants by letting them conceptualize their dream room. Having a child’s contribution to the features will make the game easier. It’s also a smart way to adapt a space for this specific audience, “added the youth under the cover of CEO, Jo Swift. Primarily designed to keep kids entertained and entertained, this firm collaborated with Warrick home builders and its suppliers to create an easy-to-reconfigure space. Finally, the orange color was chosen in response to children’s preferences.