Today I felt like jumping (uhhh, and I actually jumped) while I walked down to work (I don’t usually feel this way when I have to work). Don’t know if that ever happened to you, since this is a childish thing to do, but good moods are something we all should take advantage of.
Since a good mood can start from basically anything, like from a nice designed interior, the following artist will probably make you feel like a child again with her work. Maria Yasko of Moscow, Russia took on an interior design project for a family entertainment Center that was motivated by the collection of Moomin books, by Tove Jansson, a Finnish novelist.
Guess what she did! She actually took the illustrations from these books and gave them life in a few fantastic spaces. Talk about utopia living, check these spaces out! Ludic is what you’re probably thinking, and you’re probably right.
The children’s play hall takes you back to the realm of a winter wonderland fairytale.
The cafeteria hall is nothing but stimulative and inviting for guests. The design elements are so simple, yet so effectfive. This is exactly the kind of place that would make any child eat his veggies, and well behave!