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Workspaces that encourage play to happen.

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Workspaces that encourage play

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Example 1 A play and learning environment for children

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Curiosity Creativity Play Learning Values Activity Social

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http://www.impactlab.net/ 2012/01/22/new-school- system-in-sweden-is- eliminating-classrooms- entirely/

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http://news.tes.co.uk/b/news/2014/11/05/39-we-are-consulting-early-years-kids-on-what-they-think-of-their- education-39-reveals-finnish-education-minister.aspx Finnish educators asked 3-6 years old children to take photos of the places they hated and the places they loved. The kids loved all the things that related to games and being physically active places where they can hide. They hated rooms that are for calming down.

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Further inspiration https://www.pinterest.com/frankcalberg/playground-innovation/

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Example 2 Public spaces that stimulate exercise through fun

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Movement Play Values

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Bus stop http://big.dk/projects-tryg

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Road crossing http://big.dk/projects-tryg

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Example 3 The dancing house

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Activity Creativity Values Social

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Dancing house. Prague Czech Republic Sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Gehry http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/propertypicturegalleries/9313950 /Are-these-the-worlds-most-unusual-buildings.html

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Example 4

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Creativity Values

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http://www.businessinsider.com.au/google-dublin-office-photos-2013-6op1another-spot-for-googlers-to-interact-24

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