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Silent education

The silent education of objects, space, time… An exciting, full of charm issue that deserves to be approached from various points of view.

We actually started to ponder it when we began to meditate on our childhood memories.

When we remember our childhood, we tend to remember often more than words, the objects with which we came then in contact. The kitchen table, the couch, the bed we used as children.

The Flowerssori furniture is specifically designed to stimulate interactions and contacts between objects and children in the simplest possible way.

The table, for example, with its continuous and unique surface, tells his story quietly to the child.

A story that educates the child to the respect for life, for what it was and what it is.

The chest of drawers, instead, reveals through its layers and the lights that reflects on them that it is not only just an object, but a very special place where children can hide their secrets and bring memories..

The bed that grows, with its connections in leather, brings to the attention of the child a living surface that may be scratched, signed or be deformed depending on the pressure it is applied on it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pedagogical continuity

With Flowerssori, the child has the opportunity to live at home the space and the furniture in the same way he lives them at school.

Following a continuity of learning, what the school teaches in the first part of the day regarding the movement control and the cognitive enhance, will be find at home by letting  the child experience the same environment, also if located in a different place.

The child can hence be sure of what he has learned in school because it finds it contextualized at home: a crucial process that helps its self-consciousness.

So the child develops independently and faster his cognitive abilities and learning, focusing, working (yes, he continues to work at home) happen in total harmony.

Parents and children are helped by the environment to feel at ease with each other. No more high chairs that bind and elevate the child to an unnatural height at which he has to live a delicate moment such as lunch or dinner.
No more parents who are nervous because the child digresses.

Harmony and peace are the two key words that Flowerssori plays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The right to beauty

The house is the shelter of a man, both at the stage of a child and the stage of an adult. It is therefore essential that the environment is relaxing, pleasant and harmonious.

In short terms: beautiful, in its broadest sense.

The right to beauty is innate with the critical sense of a man. Ask a child how he would like his school or his room: the first answer he will give you will be BEAUTIFUL. And this will be his first association with the sense of GOOD (so innate, as alleged in Greek philosophy). A little, overwhelming evidence to be taken in consideration for any proposal that has to be make to a child, and a human being in general. And it is here that begins the difficult part.

According to Flowerssori, beauty is an issue that can be articulated under three aspects:

  • armony
  • nature
  • respect

These three factors characterize all our products and are those that for us are able to determine the sense of comfort in space: a physical comfort for sure, but above all a soul comfort.