• Blue House Infant & Toddler Atelier

    Now with 2 locations in Singapore (Turf City and UE Square), the Blue House Infant & Toddler Atelier developed out of the highly regarded Blue House School in Singapore, and offer young children and their families interactive spaces inside a warm and nurturing environment filled with sensory exploration.  Project by Feelgood Designs, furniture from the PLAY+ range.

  • Jesmond Gardens

    Primary school for children 4-11 years, a multi-awarded BSF new build project moving an existing school to a new site.  Architecture by ADP, furniture concept by ZPZ partners.  Furniture by PLAY+.  Feelgood Designs worked with the school to specify furniture to support flexibility and transformation, including custom furniture in classrooms and public areas.

  • San Donato Milanese

    School for children 0-6 years.  Part of a welfare project launched by eni in 2007, involving a number of initiatives aimed at benefitting its employees.  The pedagogical and organisational approach was developed with Reggio Children, in collaboration with the Faculty of Education at the Bicocca University of Milan.

  • Bambini Creativi

    Pre-school for children 3-6 years.  The project is the brainchild of Brianne Teevan, following the experience she gained working with Reggio Children and the Raggio di Luce project at Reggio Emilia.  Interior design is by Brianne with Pamela McFarland, with furniture by PLAY+

  • Nonantola

    Nursery and school for young children.  Architecture and interior design by ZPZ Partners with Francesca Sorricaro and Rita Stacchezini.  Furniture by PLAY+

  • Nido Carillon Lodi

    Restoration of an important 1932 rationalist building at Lodi in Italy, converting to use as Nido school for young children by ZPZ Partners. All furniture from the PLAY+ range.

  • Little Scholars EDC

    As part of restoration of a South Bronx residential apartment building, our project included schematic design for interiors and all furniture for a new pre-k school, funded by LIIF and Universal PreK initiative in New York. The project transformed a windowless and derilict basement into a vibrant, warm and engaging learning space.