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Kenji Huang Designs a Wooden Toolkit to Help Children Connect with Nature

Posted By Ana Lisa On April 23, 2012 @ 5:10 pm In Gardening,Green Products,Inhabitots | No Comments

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Flooded with cheap plastic toys and electronic games, the world of children’s toys is in need of stronger, basic designs [1]. Created by Kenji Huang [2], a half-Japanese [3], half-Taiwanese designer Ima-jen Exploration Tools is a set of wooden products to explore the wonders of nature in a creative curious way. Long-lasting and made from sustainable wood, Huang’s bold design help children connect with to nature.

+ Kenji Huang [2]

Photos © Kenji Huang

Via GBlog [4]

 


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[1] basic designs: http://inhabitat.com/muzoo-toy-set-lets-kids-create-cute-biodegradable-animals-from-clumps-of-earth/

[2] Kenji Huang: http://www.hellokenji.com/

[3] Japanese: http://inhabitat.com/nendo-unveils-collection-of-sculptural-objects-made-of-japanese-farming-nets/

[4] Via GBlog: http://blog.gessato.com/2012/04/05/imajen-exploration-tools-for-kids-by-kenji-huang/

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