Think Forward’s multifunctional 5 ROOMS encourages student imagination

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Bulgaria-based design firm Think Forward designed 5 ROOMS, an unusual educational space created to develop students’ senses, imagination, artistic talents, and mental abilities. The multifunctional space combines a classroom, a playroom, a dancing room, a music room. Each area is characterized by individually designed graphics. While the space appears strange and illogical at first, the mirror wall helps makes sense of the spatial boundaries and uses. The boundary between the magical reality and the reflected logical non-reality is a confirmation that educational projects may be different and successful.

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think forward, reader submitted content, 5 rooms, 5 rooms by think forward, multifunctional space
think forward, reader submitted content, 5 rooms, 5 rooms by think forward, multifunctional space
think forward, reader submitted content, 5 rooms, 5 rooms by think forward, multifunctional space

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