The Little Pilot – Room for a Boy who Loves Airplanes

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Project: Room for a Boy
Designer: Brani & Desi
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

The Little Pilot is a room for a boy who likes to build airplanes and listen to stories about famous aviators. Because he wants to become a pilot, his parents have turned to Brani & Desi design studio from Sofia, Bulgaria, to arrange his room, according to his love for airplanes and piloting. The room is organized to provide for the child more dedicated spaces: space for work, for computer game, for making models of aircraft, for reading stories or a relaxation space on the floor of the room. On the walls there are drawn air maps and the colors are associated with the aviation domain: blue represents the flight and green represents the landing. The underlying concept of this project is inspired by the book of Kobi Yamada “What Do You Do with an Idea?”.

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The “room for a boy” is divided into few zones.
The bed is a place for dreaming. In every other zone the little pilot is working on his ideas. He has a few workplaces and everyone depends of what he needs to do – working/playing on computer, building an airplane or reading stories, or just seating on the floor and dreaming while looking the map on the wall and the stripes in blue – the color of flying; in green – the color of landing; in orange – the color of thinking and creating.

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