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Floorscape - Floorscape and Floorplay are designed for people who like to sit, lay and stretch out on the floor or ground. They are pliable, interactive rugs that can be easily folded, configured into freestanding structures to provide varying degrees of privacy within the increasingly open plan house or the great outdoors. Each has an integrated structure and a series of fold lines for simple, on the spot assembly without any separate, fiddly pieces.

Floorscape standard size: 1480 x 2220 mm
Standard materials: natural wool felt with internal structure.
Status: currently a prototype. Negotiating a contract with a European manufacturer. Potential launch date early 2005.
Floorscape - Users are free to create their own space or can construct one of the predetermined forms. One configuration is a tent like structure. This foldaway room is ideal for stimulating children’s play. When not being used, Floorscape can be stored on the floor as a suave floor rug or folded away. Other configurations consist of low profile screens that are supportive enough to lean against, whilst being pliable enough to flex with the body.
Floorplay - Floorplay is an interactive surface that can be folded and configured into low profile forms including screens, archways and headrests. A simple grid of padded squares, slits and an integrated structure allows on the spot assembly. Its flexibility and simple aesthetic enables it to fit any space restrictions or décor. When not being used, it can be folded away or stored on the floor as a stylish rug.

Floorplay standard size: 2300 x 1200
Floorplay - Floorplay is suitable for all ages: a portable, clean surface for new borns, a soft place for crawling legs or tumbling toddlers, an engaging object for creative, inquisitive ‘4 going on 10’ year olds, a supportive headrest for tired kids, or a picnic rug for the high-spirited.
Floorplay - Endless hours of fun for children. Play on it or with it.
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  • Really cool project!!! Congratulations!

    10 years ago

  • Really cool project!!! Congratulations!

    10 years ago