Furnishings for nurseries and preschools

Furniture for nurseries and kindergartens

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Knob-tree

Knob-tree

COD: GA0272815

Price €492.88

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Open cabinet

Open cabinet

COD: GA0251000.GU00

Price €123.22
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Furnishings for nurseries and preschools

Childcare spaces express pedagogical and educational choices that are made and renewed. They communicate meanings, suggest behaviours, transmit messages to children, parents and all those who care about what happens in them and what they offer. The distribution of space and its arrangement allow us to understand if care is being taken each day in welcoming children and parents into a place designed for them, that is warm, friendly, aesthetically beautiful and harmonious.

Furnishings for nurseries and preschools

Natural wood and desaturated colors are intentionally used to prevent color from intruding into the child’s perceptive experience to an excessive extent. Since they are so delicate, the shades do nothing to detract from the colors used by the children and their teachers. Thus educators can “personalize” the classrooms and add colors to highlight the activities in which the children take part as they explore their world.

  • neutral shades that create a sensation of cleanliness and space;
  • Natural wood and desaturated colors are intentionally used to prevent color from intruding into the child’s perceptive experience to an excessive extent;

Preschool furniture

A favourable culture of services for children requires the coming together of the different qualities of educators, designers, furniture manufacturers and materials. This avoids excessive concessions to market logic, which has often resulted in improper and abstruse expedients in services for young children such as furnishings in miniature, allusions to a fantasy world, trivially infantilized and characterized by conventional and stereotyped scenarios, equipment more suitable for a funfair and, in particular for the youngest, materials and activities incongruous and unusable. A place for children is not a place that must necessarily be childish.

A nursery, as a living space, should provide consistent and healthy experiences suitable for children and not simply represent a caricature of the magical world of childhood. For a child, magic is an object that suddenly disappears, a light that turns on and off, his or her own shadow or reflection in a mirror, a ball that rolls off in different directions, leaves that crackle underfoot. Young children, in their everyday lives, need no more magic than that of the everyday reality that they are experiencing. For this reason they need furnishings that are beautiful, good, right, useful and safe, adapted to the convenience of children and adults and the purposes they have.