As part of a bigger project to expand and renovate the old factory buildings situated by the Aker River in downtown Oslo, Space Group made the interior design for the "NY YORK KULTURBARNEHAGE" (New York Culture Kinder Garden). The space is built for children's exploration and use. The scale is deliberately manipulated in a sequence of compressed and open spaces. The big, open room creates a frame where as variations in horizontal and vertical lines, creates intimate rooms for small groups and secret play, which are only available to and dimensioned for children. The kinder garden has four bases organized round a giant staircase for musical gatherings, theater, film, dance and play. In the back of the room lies a big wavy wall that contains all technical installations. It's made out of stainless steel and distorts the viewers image, just like the fun mirrors at the fun fair. To document the new kinder garden, Space Group Architects attached small video cameras on bike helmets on the children's heads. Through play and interactions, the rooms were explored from the children's angle.