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In the Kids' Republic in Shanghai, designed by Sako Architects, color and material denote space differentiation. On the second floor, the space shifts from office area (the log slice displays are actually long desks) to activity zone (under the bark-clad

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Originally appeared in Favorite Play! Spaces
on July 28, 2011
In the Kids' Republic in Shanghai, designed by Sako Architects, color and material denote space differentiation. On the second floor, the space shifts from office area (the log slice displays are actually long desks) to activity zone (under the bark-clad
In the Kids' Republic in Shanghai, designed by Sako Architects, color and material denote space differentiation. On the second floor, the space shifts from office area (the log slice displays are actually long desks) to activity zone (under the bark-clad dome).

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