Suzy Harvey talks about her career in being a 'Fun Specialist' and how vital it is to connect, to have fun, to play and enjoy life!
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@ VOL 77
ON OCT 27, 2010
Torafu Architects never cease to delight the audience with innovative projects each time they participate at PechaKucha Nights in Tokyo. This time, architect Koichi Suzuno does so by showing off three unique pieces of art and design as part of a special pre-Tokyo Design Week edition. (in Japanese with English subtitles)
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@ VOL 98
ON DEC 19, 2012
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BY LING-YUN TANG
@ VOL 2
ON NOV 07, 2018
In the summer of 2018, Ling-Yun Tang spent 2 months in Berlin with her children and fell in love with the public playgrounds. As she crisscrossed the city visiting numerous parks and playgrounds, she was impressed by how well play was integrated into public spaces, and learned a valuable lesson about letting go when it came to letting her children explore and take risks on their own.