Children’s Kinetic Interactive Fence

March 9, 2012 by

Amsterdam-based Architectural Designer Robert van Embricqs’s practice is based on “movement and transformation combined with practicality.” The rounded beads of his Decorating Fence, above, are designed to engage children in play as they actively move the colorful beads.

  • debra

    this sort of thing would drive me crazy as a kid-cause the colors would stay the same-nothing on the other side to change the pattern. I always felt like they were doing this fence to keep us kids busy but there was no creativity involved. It just annoyed me. I would have loved this fence if each bead had 2 sides so I could create a different pattern all the time.

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