Beginning with simple shapes, a square and right triangles, this small project creases both interior and exterior surfaces to produce a sophisticated pavilion fit for play and to house the imagination. Formed to follow the topography and limit any visual interference for the neighbors, this playhouse is to be constructed with standard framing and corrugated panels.
“Children must master the language of things before they master the language of words.”
- Friedrich Froebel
San Francisco, California