de Youngsters Studio


The de Young Museum’s education gallery, the de Youngsters Studio, is an interactive environment that connects children to creativity and learning in a physical and experiential way. The dynamic and visual permanent spaces use touch displays, projection tracking, and augmented reality as tools for children to explore five core artistic concepts: color, composition, shape, and form, texture, and sculpture. The design of the de Youngsters Studio emphasizes these fundamental principles in a participatory fashion while connecting the children and their caregivers to the art housed within the museum.

Designed by: Yves Béhar, Liam Adelman, Wei Chengyuan, Gustav Renby, Anthony DeCosta and Hardy Chambliss of fuseproject

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