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I'd love to see a box packed full of cardboard sheets that transforms entirely into toy. I guess striking the right balance between fold-it-yourself and ready-out-of-the-box is tricky. Still, why settle for pretty graphic presentation on that taxis and buses sheet, when you could stick a few hot dog carts on there and eliminate even more extraneous packaging?
Still, that bouquet of flowers is well-deserved.
Names, we need names, people.
We need to read Moco Loco more closely in the springtime
. City in a Box is by Patricia Weusten
, who also proposed a breastfeeding compartment on the train with fold-down changing tables built into the seats. It's called the Mother & Child Unit
. Because in extremely conservative regimes like the Netherlands, no one wants to see a naked breast in a normal, public train compartment, and like breastfeeding, changing diapers is strictly a woman's job. Now someone get me a bier.
Previously: Core77 on Dutch Design Week