居家設計案例B/Home design case B
居家設計案例B/home design case B
關於樂樂的房間/Room of Lele
-一張兒童雙層床 + 更寬更安全的樓梯
Before re-design project:
-A bunk bed for children
After re-design project:
-A bunk bed for children + wider and safer stairs
-Three children's size open wardrobes
-Small bookcase & table with wheels
-Two small stools
Words from the parents:
1) What prompted you to choose the child's room design with Montessori elements for your child?
Lele was well taken care of as the only one-child before the age of two, so he was a little slower in speaking and behavioral development than his peers. When he was one year and 11 months old, we decided to send him to a Montessori's childcare. His language expression and behavioral development have progressed much in such a short time. Such growth, which surprised us, turns out that he has the potential but is too well protected. From then on, we truly believe that the child's potential is unlimited.
Just as we were preparing to move to a new home and needed to do the interior design, we met Petite Blumen and Ken. We discovered that we could add Montessori elements in the child's room. We hope to extend the habits established in school to the home and cultivate a complete set of learning and independence for children.
Montessori for us is a child's independent behavior and spirit, and it is a kind of habit formation.
2) How does the child react towards the new room? Have you seen anything different about children?
Lele is willing to spend time on his own to find, put on and take off their clothes, and he will also play and read books on their own by choosing his activities. It helps him to reduce his dependence on us. It is very natural for Lele to transit to his new room and can even sleep on his own within a week ( Before moving, we shared the same bed). This room design gives Lele a sense of security and comfort, allowing him to accept and adapt seamlessly.