This is a birthday gift for a two-year-old kid. Perhaps, this kid could play with his buddies in the darkness without worries. Perhaps, this kid could have a sweet snap with his daddy by his side. Perhaps, this kid and his mommy will share a fairy story or hum a children’s rhymes. Perhaps, the gift will be treated as a tiny fantasy world. Perhaps, this kid will like this handmade gift. This gift is made of black sponge, a 1.8-meter cube. Caves and channels inside are all hollowed out by hands. They are all connected, the largest one can house two adults lied down, and the smallest one is only enough to hide possessions. A hole on the rooftop invites nature lights inside and make the texture of the walls clearer, like scales or ripples. The surface looks like hard rock, but if you lied down, you will feel the soft ‘hard rock’ hug. You can also tear some pieces of the ‘rock’ to fit you better. Moreover, sponge helps cutting off noises and leave you a entire quite world. This black house is set on a tricycle, so it a moving house strolling in streets or alleys. We split it into two parts, that can be rotated anyway, up or down, front and back. In order to cope with the presentation, it is arranged one piece facing outside and the other facing inside. The external can be a sofa and countertops, and the internal can be a bedroom. It’s not an actual house, obviously, it is a big toy at its best. Fortunately, this child, now you know it’s my son, is very proud of it. And I am so glad that he can not only touch the soft fantasy world, but also shape the space inside by himself.