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Baby panda's home / Space design

Baby panda's home
Baby panda's home


Baby panda's home


The series of Home of Baby Panda is a portable panda-themed origami space. Following this theme, baby pandas could play there. The origami space is designed into two ways, open and semi-open. When not in use, it could be folded into a flat piece and put against the wall so that it takes up little room and space is used efficiently as well. The semi-open origami space is more suitable for houses with a smaller living area, in which a baby panda's home could be built up. The open type could be unfolded completely and put on the floor, which is more suitable for big houses or public places that parents, grandparents, and children could all enjoy.

Although some of the graphics and production specifications could be improved, it's a nice concept to be put in use in places that host children on a temporary basis, such as relief hospitals, refugee camps, orphanages, etc.
We are so surprised to hear the good news. It’s a great honor to win the iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD 2018, which recognizes our design ability and encourages us to achieve better works in the future.
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Beijing University of Technology

Beijing University of Technology
Beijing University of Technology
Beijing, China

Hongshen Zhang,
Beijing University of Technology

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