All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Jack clearly didn’t work for Pearlfisher, an independent design business who, in their latest project ‘Jump In!’, were promoting the transformative power of play. Sounds weighty, but really, it’s about filling a vast room with tens of thousands of plastic balls for your very own amusement.
The project was established in conjunction with the charity Right to Play, which saw Pearlfisher open up their London based gallery space to the public. This allowed numerous people the chance to come and play, with the aim of re-charging their creative batteries as studies show that active playing can bring about extraordinary results for creative thinking.
If you are more mainland Europe than London, you can find a mini version in Amsterdam’s very own De Ton Ton club, complete with old school arcade games and beer galore.