Kids/Youth Designs

In Pieces

Nicole Matos and the stage design team from CFC Manantial de Vida in La Chorrera, Panama brings us this great youth room design.

They built four wooden frames that worked as support for the foam sheets. They built the frames 8-feet high by 4-feet wide. They used nails to construct the frames. Each frame stood on its own. Then they painted them black to help them disappear against the back wall.

For the foam, they bought $30 foam sheets (approximately 40 of them). The sheets were 2’x4′, and they cut them in three sizes:

7″
5″
3″

To stick them to the wood, they used silicone glue.

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One response to “In Pieces”

  1. Jeremiah Turner says:

    Where y’all get y’all’s screen from

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