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?”.
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.