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Brinquedo e cultura

Architect and Master in Architecture and Historical Heritage This is an image of what is happening in the entire society where the traditional and academicals values are questioned by the new economic and cultural brinquedp. Anthropologist and Professor at the University of Bologna. In his book Design and Form: A sua tese de doutoramento Los brpugere de Fisac: Their book “Architecture on the Carpet” explores the links over the last hundred years between architecture and construction toys such as Meccano, Bayko, Lincoln Logs and Lego.

Notched miniature logs, used to build miniature forts and buildings, were sold as an image of the typical north-american outdoor living will. Old and new paradigms in architectural toys design Abstract Since the beginning of the XIXth century the design of toys is rbinquedo serious cultural and economic issue. Arquiteto e Professor Jubilado do Instituto de Arte em Pescara, desenvolve projetos de estruturas complexas em bamboo e cana do rei.

Animals play as humans do and they do since long time before humans. Toys were objects very exclusive reserved to the royalty and, in most cases, playing culltura considered as an useless entertainment7.

Still on the Froebel theme, the recycling trends are visible in a cork building blocks design by the japanese designer Tonouchi Tetsuo. At the end of the XX century several factors contributed for rediscovering the interest in the architectural toys not only as play device but also as genuine educational tools.

Indeed almost each disciplinary field has its own representation in toys production, creation or consumption. The sensorial and kinesthetic learning are preferential over the intellectual learning that computer society was promising and physical manipulation and creation skills are now at the base of an education that bet on an human being complete and artistically autonomous and self-contained.

Secondary Education and University. Help Center Find new research papers in: Swiss political scientist and urban planner based in Basel. Although the oriental countries are still the bigger producers, Europa and United States are trying to bring back their own productions, also toy production.

Architect with PhD in Education. Indeed this is the main field for architectural toys; the field of creation, of learning technologies, materials, colors, shapes and proportions.

The importance of this kind of educational devices was considered so strong that at the beginning of the twentieth century several artists were engaged in the design and developing of similar objects Curator of Perfetti e Invisibili, l’immagine dell’infanzia nei media exhibition and author of books, including Bambini per strada and Kid size: In this critical framework, the architectural toys represented a particularly part of a materialistic culture that contains educational, artistic and ideological values.

Still produced by Vitra, the playwood elephant is one of the iconic objects of XX century industrial design. In the nineteenth century some factors have changed the role of toys in the educational field and, also, in the society.

The Tri-Ang toys catalog from England, for example, show some dolls house that can be considered much more modern that it is possible to purchase today.

His latest research line is Education and Architecture.

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Also in the economical field the production and sale of toys gains relevance Some of them are still produced today by the swiss company Naef and are one of the clearest examples of the will that existed at the time to educate child to a particular visual culture.

The material brinqhedo a kind of hard foam and it is suitable for both interior and exterior use.

Indeed, the play activity is based on this principle and through it the child can create a three-dimensional image, or scenario, that means an entire cultural framework. But toys as educational device are an almost recent invention. Autora e co-autora de diversos livros e artigos publicados. El manual de dibujo: So he improves this principle designing toys the Gifts that help the child to develop specific skills.

Also the psychologist Stephen Kline wrote something very similar in his book Out of the garden: Several designers were challenged by Magis chairman Eugenio Perazza to design an object exclusively destined to the children. But, more than that, there are two main phenomena that are certainly rediscovering the importance of architectural toys: According to the historicist Johan Huizinga, play is older than culture because he does not imply a human society5 with his structures.

Bambini per strada ou Kid size: Also it was unsustainable the producing way because the growing price of the human work and of the raw materials. His works are prize-winning, published and exhibited in different contexts. Architectural culture was always strongly related with this dynamics and, since the second half of the nineteenth century, several architectural toys were produced. In he founded the Diogo Aguiar Studio, whose work focuses on installations and buildings of small scale.