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In order to make full use of the space, we utilized large slides, climbs, staircase and passageway to build the transportation system for this dream city. People can enjoy beautiful scenes from all angles and feel like really playing in a wonderland.
– Li Xiang

X+Living have created a kids' activity centre in Shenzhen, China, that combines a mix of slides, ball-pits and hidden spaces with fantastical design elements and a pastels aesthetic.

Shenzhen Neobio Family Park is the most recent of a number of Neobio Family Parks that X+Living has worked on.

Covering 6,000sq m (64,600sq ft), it houses the play space, an entrance lobby, a changing area and a restaurant.

Located partly in the multi-level atrium of a Shenzhen mall, the play space is able to make use of different levels itself, becoming a three-dimension world for kids to explore.

Li Xiang, chief designer at X+Living, said: "The ceiling height in the space designed as a sims city is five floors high. In order to make full use of the space, we utilized large slides, climbs, staircase and passageway to build the transportation system for this dream city. People can enjoy beautiful scenes from all angles and feel like really playing in a wonderland."

Pastel colours, exciting patterns and a multitude of shapes fill the space, while oversized parasols adorn the ceiling.

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X+Living have created a kids' activity centre in Shenzhen, China, that combines a mix of slides, ball-pits and hidden spaces with fantastical design elements and a pastels aesthetic.
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