Kids in the city
Set to open on September 8, the Gathering Place is a 66-acre dreamscape of whimsical fun.
Nearly one in five people have a disability in the U.S., yet most playgrounds aren’t built to accommodate them.
Replacing an old tool shed, the 80-square-foot space is set down a wooded path away from the main house.
Families need right-sized housing, accessible parks, and affordable childcare
Studio Ghibli, the Japanese animation studio best known for films like Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro, just released renderings of its new theme park slated to open in 2022.
What happens when kids get to explore cities on their own terms?
These days, only kids in movies are free to explore.
Heavy machinery—think excavators, dump trucks, asphalt rollers, and skid-steers—is usually off limits to children, but not at a 14-acre New Jersey attraction.
Aaron Christensen has been creating fun and immersive interiors for children for 20 years. Here are his top five tips for designing a creative space that works for both you and your kid.
Beyond Trapper Keepers and boomboxes, the show has tapped into a very specific type of nostalgia—leaving viewers reminiscing about a time when kids roamed their neighborhoods on bikes, by themselves, for better or for worse.