De­si­gn / your pla­ce for.../ HO­MEWORK

VOGUE Bambini - - NOT YET(EEN) -

Il po­sto dei com­pi­ti è per an­to­no­ma­sia un luo­go per­so­na­lis­si­mo: al­cu­ni han­no bi­so­gno di una scri­va­nia mol­to am­pia, su cui te­ne­re aper­ti li­bri e qua­der­ni, al­tri ama­no gli spa­zi più pic­co­li, che fa­vo­ri­sco­no la con­cen­tra­zio­ne. Poi ci so­no i crea­ti­vi, che pri­vi­le­gia­no le for­me più in­so­li­te: ta­vo­li con scaf­fa­li a sor­pre­sa o com­po­ni­bi­li a pia­ce­re. E se a stu­dia­re si è in due? Per­fet­te le scri­va­nie ‘twin’: ci si può guar­da­re op­pu­re se­de­re di fian­co. Uni­ca re­go­la, non chiac­chie­ra­re trop­po! In­fi­ne, sce­glie­te una lampada di­ver­ten­te, che re­ga­li lu­ce agli in­ter­mi­na­bi­li po­me­rig­gi pie­ni di pa­gi­ne da stu­dia­re. Ta­ke it ea­sy! by Oria­na Pic­ce­ni The spot whe­re you do your ho­mework is a very per­so­nal pla­ce. So­me need a lar­ge de­sk for kee­ping books and no­te­books open. Others pre­fer smal­ler spa­ces that en­cou­ra­ge con­cen­tra­tion. Then the­re are crea­ti­ve ty­pes that opt for mo­re unu­sual forms: ta­bles wi­th hid­den shel­ves or mo­du­lar pie­ces to ar­ran­ge as you plea­se. What if the­re are two of you stu­dy­ing? Twin de­sks are per­fect: you can look at one ano­ther or sit si­de by si­de. Just don’t talk too mu­ch! Fi­nal­ly, choo­se a cu­te lamp that gi­ves lights to end­less af­ter­noons full of pages to stu­dy. Ta­ke it ea­sy!

GRID DE SK , BY MA­DE BURE AU L 6 5, BY L AURET TE LA TÊTE DANS LE BOCAL FONTEYN, BY MA­DE

MY GREAT PUPITRE, BY JUNGLE BY JUNGLE MUUTO BOO BOO, BY FELD NI­DI ELEMENTS

COPENHAGUE, BY H AY

GET OUT DOG, BY E NO C /O S MALL ABLE

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