Found on the Web: The Ama’r Children’s Culture House

November 07, 2013

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We found these images of the Ama’r Children’s Culture House on this site and thought they were too neat to not share here. The house, located in Copenhagen, Denmark, was designed and built by Danish architect Dorte Mandrup, who took into consideration the children’s ideas and wishes throughout the entire design processes. The house offers a unique variety of spaces (nooks, caves, stairs, and angles galore) and activities for children, and from these pictures looks like a wonderful place for kids to play, create, explore, and grow. Read more about the house here – it is quite fascinating!






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