“The spaces of a City become invisible to its inhabitants in the busy-ness of their daily lives. Buildings are taken for granted, like furniture in a room. But to a child, any space is fertile space for play, needing only imagination. Like the space under a table, the loggia at Centennial Square is empty but full of possibility.
This proposal reveals it as a playful place that frees the imagination of both children and adults. Like the wardrobe from a child’s storybook, the forest of curtains promises an irresistible escape into the mysterious world of imagination. The softness of the fabric and the shimmer of bells as the curtains flow around outstretched arms mix with the excitement of the unknown. An imaginary world, under the table and dreaming, while the adults pass by.”