Education Feature

BabySteps Interior Fitout

Central District, Hong Kong

Type
Education-Interior Design
Status
Concept Design
Location
Asia
Client
Babysteps limited, member of HK Focus Media Network Limited
Site Area
160 sqm
Year
2014

BabySteps Interior Fitout
– Central District, Hong Kong

Situated on Arbuthnot road in Central, on the 25th floor of the Universal Trade Centre Tower, BabySteps is new playgroup created to foster a unique learning experience utilizing innovative psychological approaches to stimulate children’s passion for learning. Centering around play, music and art therapy, the focus is on learning development while ensuring healthy psychological growth in every individual child. Within the 160 sqm of commercial floor layout, Babysteps interior is designed around three main concepts: 1. Brightness: open, spacious and inviting layout. 2. Boldness: Enhanced simplicity, spatial depth with transparency and fluidity. 3. Colour: Bringing the joy of colour in an elegant and subtle manner to the context.

The interior layout is organized around the principal playzone as the central spatial feature.It is an open, luminous and inviting play area with multiple zones of activities: active, tactile, and calm. A large feature wall with curved geometrical colorful cutouts and built-in storage anchor the space and provides a playful yet calm backdrop against the principal playzone. These cutouts provide glimpse into the classrooms from the children’s level as well as adults level. Behind the feature wall, there are three classrooms that align the glass curtain wall. Modular, these classrooms provide intimate group activities at different times of the day. A moveable partition between the larger and standard classroom allows the creation of a larger classroom for the use of the interactive digital media-board. Like a large open loft space for living and working, the interior fitout for Babysteps is a series of connected pedagogical functions laid out within the spirit of a fluid open space where play and learning intermingle into one experience.


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