A wonderful day and this little video just about sums it up.
We went on a school day so were lucky enough to have the space almost to ourselves. The weather wasn't too great either so the swimming pool outside was a great invitation, had he been 20cm taller!
I loved the signage inviting you to be gentle or not to touch at all.
The minature, urban park and the giant sized slotty pieces on the open decks were a great contrast to all the mist and cloud inside.
Powerpuff Girls on an interactive screen in the Waterloo Sunset Pavillion, while I dreamed about in the big white space of dice world!
Semâ Bedirovic was a brilliant companion to the room below and the short film of the advancing black dot was just a joy!
A giant take on interiors and a wild stretch of the imagination it all was. I loved the mattress completely covered in buttons.
PLAY ALL DAY Design for Children. A lovely souvenir of a great day out.
I had to laugh when I read this funny review by Charles Darwent for The Independent
'My fear for The Edges of the World is that it will be seen by middle-class parents as a bouncy castle made for their children and so be filled with shrieking Toms and Daisys.' ....and Stanleys!
Well tough, we both enjoyed it which is more than can be said for a day in the park. Just don't go in the school holidays.