Nubo, cloud in esperanto, a universal language created at the end of the 19th century, is a stimulating and inclusive 768 m² play center, designed by the PAL Design group, under the leadership of designer Joey Ho, in Sydney, Australia.
A space for children, but also their parents, which does not restrict imagination or creativity. This is the concept of Nubo, a play and learning area for children aged 2 to 8, located in Sydney, Australia, and signed by the PAL Design group. The place in itself offers unlimited freedom of movement, and of course, with minimalist furnishings able to push the child to interact with his environment and create a clean universe, in which other children can enjoy themselves interfere as they please, slide, climb and even hide. The establishment benefits from a variety of places and activities on the idea of Pure Play, with a large library, large blue blocks to assemble, the 3D magnetic construction set Magformers, connected bricks to build Lego Wedo 2.0 and an introduction to mechanical principles with Kaleido Gears. Of course, the center does not forget basic needs such as food, provided by a canteen in which the cherubs can compose healthy dishes themselves. And for parents, it’s easy to relax and even enter the world of their little ones, in order to have a good time with the family.