It's Bilibo by Moluk. Developed in collaboration with childhood development experts, Bilibo's unique form arouses curiosity, engages the imagination, and encourages creativity. Both boys and girls find unlimited ways to play with Bilibos – using them to rock in, spin in, hide under, sit on, tote with, and peek through. Bilibo provides hours of fun, indoors and out: at home, at the park, at the beach, in water, and even on snow

Design by  Alex Hochstrasser. S U P E R !

Cip-Cip, let's fly!

'My grandma had a beautiful patchwork bag she kept all her fabric scraps in, ‘ the raggy bag’, and when I was old enough to display my feelings of desire for this magical object full of wondrous bits of colour, pattern and texture, she made me my very own, much littler version.' says Abigail Brown, textile artisan and artist of these wonderful creations!


for building huts, creating landscapes, hiding ... Tukluk is a piece of furniture and a toy. Cylindrical magnets are attached to the edges of the coloured modules, which means that any conceivable shape can be built and taken apart.


The Kid City in an ongoing project by Noel Bramley and Richard Shed. It builds on work that each designer has done in the past few years, exploring the interaction of adults and children around stories, objects and the imagination.  The cloud, rainbow and mountain are the first in a series which is an ongoing enquiry into experiential storytelling and functional design and changing environments.