28, Jun 2020 | Inspirations
Hayal Selin Necipoğlu is the creator of Crocodily Kids Architect. After graduating from the Department of Architecture at Istanbul Technical University she went on to earn a Master’s degree from Domus Academy in Milan, Italy. Necipoglu worked as an architect and interior architect for many projects. In 2009 she decided to specialize in interior architecture for kids spaces and product design and launched Crocodily Kid’s Architect under the motto ‘Big dreams, Small Spaces’.
The brand has been designing since 2009 to help embellish a child’s limitless imagination remembering that every child has a unique world. They draw their inspiration from children, nature and toys. they create their designs based on their awareness of the contribution the living space can make to a child’s imagination, happiness and self-esteem. Crocodily delivers creative and concept designs for everything from curtains to wallpapers, pillows to posters, linens to furniture in children’s rooms, educational institutions and every other space used by children.
The room is designed as a delightful place where the whole family can spend time. The upper floor of the castle-themed two-storey furniture was designed as a playground while the lower floor was considered as a spacious and comfortable seating area. We used pink and mint colours in detail to add warmth to the main colour of the furniture. The top floor, illuminated by hidden lights, created a space where they could play games and read books. The overhead staircases were considered as toy storage areas.
The furniture on the opposite wall is designed as a TV stand, storage and study area. The desk and the fabric covered cork board is large enough for two children to study comfortably.
Grey and pink colours were also used in the stylish toy kitchenette, which was positioned at the entrance so that they could have a pleasant time with their friends.
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