Creating something special for the most critical, honest people, those with boundless imagination, dreamers aka children is very difficult. Although much of the world is new for them and it sure is full of discoveries, it is difficult surprise and impress them significantly. This, perhaps, is because infinite imagination fits in their small heads.
However, for the past thousands of years, fairy tales and nowadays already animated films are the best way to draw their attention. Fictional characters in turn need a fictional world, and therefore an appropriate environment and architecture. The diversity of structures does not fit into any frame.
Towers and palaces of princes and princesses, walking and flying buildings, water and timber houses, strange creatures and plant hybrids, dwellings of evil and good characters are individual in terms of form as well character like their owners.
Their magical properties are clearly visible in terms of architectural volume, interior and visual of even the smallest details. Although sometimes there are only short, expressive shots of architecture, in most cases a great amount of work is put into their creation. Sometimes more resource is needed for planning those works rather than “real” achitects use for their constructions.
Animated architecture creates unforgettable impressions for children, promotes their dreams, inevitably develops the mind, and finally makes the universe kinder. Happy Children’s Day, enjoy the architecture, interior and design created specially for children.
Author: Tata Alkhazashvili, Nanuka Zaalishvili
English Edit: Nutsa Namoradze