SUPU - Children's Playset
A collaboration between
Asylum and Ishimoku for KYO Project
Product, Showcased in Singaplural 2017
With the properties of Paulownia wood that is soft, warm to the touch and most importantly ultra-lightweight, these larger-than-life play objects seeks to develop motor skills, sensory refinement, collaborative play, experiential learning, and hopefully their love for vegetables too!
Learning of incremental volumes, Stacking of onion rings into a slice or cozy fortresses. Gradation of chromatic purple tones to aid in association.
Pieces that make whole
Learning Fraction & fine motor skills, we explore existing forms in first vegetable and fruits we introduce to children.
Larger than life vegetable building blocks that resembles basic pieces
eg, tunnels, bridge
Corn seeds are in the arrangement of 1 ,2 and 3.
Simple arithmetic and fine motor skills of slotting the corn to the cob
Wheel and axle. Option to insert axle through off-center position.
Form & Characteristics of each vegetable enlarged into play
First prototypes as showcased in Singaplural 2017
Spin mushroom spin
This takes advantage of the domed form of a button mushroom head. Somewhat like a roly-poly toy