Meet Valentina Caiazzo, design blogger from amisuradibimbo

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Do kids need design?

Design means a tidy room, a practical space and open to experimentation, without too much space limitations. But also a different view of an object, without too many preconceptions.

 

Which kind of furniture for kids is good?

A multifunctional bed, which grows with the child. Not so tall and thought to stimulate the autonomy of the baby. But also a balance bike, for the same reason. It could be the first approach to mobility without parents, but it can also be interesting as the first way to learn the balance.

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Do you remember your favorite toy in the childhood?

My favorite toys was a Monkey: Tino. It was a peluche and it was always with me.

 

What games or with which toys do you most like to play together with your kids?

With my son I usually play Hide and seek, bubbles soap and a lot of puzzles during winter. Big puzzles.

 

What are the toys your kids like the most to play with?

Filippo loves his bike. It’s a Early rider, it is the first with pedals and he always uses it. In summer we stay in a big home and he use it also inside. He loves also blocks, different kinds of blocks, and he likes tents. We have a tepee and sometimes we read  inside the goodnight story.

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What is the most important thing in every child’s room?

Space. Design could be usefull, but it must be a complementary thing. A room full of toys, without space to think and to invent new kind of games, it couldn’t be comfortable.

 

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