Universal Play Machine, by Mobile Studio Architects

Project, cabins and day in the life at Beam Camp in Strafford, NH

Mobile Studio Architects has created an adaptable kinetic sculpture and learning device for BEAM camp, a summer school in New Hampshire which teaches children aged 10 to 17 skills in welding, ceramics, textiles and design.

The sculpture is designed to scale up the split-flap display technology used in airports and train stations, rotating through a sequence of images created by the campers.

It features more than 500 still images brought to life as five animations, inspired by the surrounding forest setting.

Project, cabins and day in the life at Beam Camp in Strafford, NHProject, cabins and day in the life at Beam Camp in Strafford, NH

Project, cabins and day in the life at Beam Camp in Strafford, NH