Architecture studio X+ Living has built a polka-dot slide into a ball pit and giant pastel parasols within the Shenzhen Neobio Family Park in a shopping centre in China.

Shenzhen Neobio Family Park is the latest in the Neobio series of immersive parent and child restaurants with playgrounds that X+ Living has been building in China.

建築工作室X + Living在中國購物中心的深圳Neobio家庭公園內的圓坑和巨型粉彩遮陽傘中搭建了一個圓點滑梯。

深圳Neobio家庭公園是X + Living在中國建造的Neobio系列沉浸式父母和兒童餐廳中的最新款,帶有遊樂場。

Parents can eat at the restaurant while their children explore the colourful and zany play area.

Shenzhen Neobio Family Park occupies the atrium of the shopping centre, creating what X+ Living described as a “dream city” for children.


深圳Neobio家庭公園位於購物中心的中庭,創造了X + Living所說的兒童“夢想之城”。

A bright yellow corridor with parasols suspended over an archway marks the entrance.

Inside, an atrium is decorated in sweet-shop hues with a black and white striped floor and a tactile reception desk in shiny red, pink and white bands.



The miniature city itself has children-sized play shops, a pizza parlour, dressing-up zone and a dentist’s surgery.

Each one sits in a colourful, bubble-like structures with rounded edges either side of a carpeted road.



There are toy cars for children to move between areas, with parking spaces marked outside the play shops.

Small shopping trolleys are available for them to use once inside and there is miniature furniture to sit on.



Second levels to the toy town are connected by staircases and rounded transparent corridors.

Giant colourful umbrellas and parasols with frilled edges are suspended from the ceiling above the miniature city.



A spiral covered slide covered in black polkadots on a white background curves down from an upper level, depositing the rider in a ball pit at the bottom.


Curving padded areas create a safe and cute-looking bumper zone around any hard surfaces.


The whole of Shenzhen Neobio Family Park has a colour scheme of pastels and chalky pinks, reds, blues and green.

Rounded porthole-style windows in all of the miniature shops give plenty of places for children to peep out of.



X+ Living was founded in 2011 by Li Xiang and has headquarters in Shanghai.

Other playful designs for children in China include a cafe with a carousel by Wutopia Lab in Dalian, and a school in Chengdu with a slide and ball pit by Karv One Design.

X + Living由李翔(Li Xiang)於2011年創立,總部位於上海。

在中國,其他針對兒童的趣味設計包括大連的Wutopia Lab設計的帶有旋轉木馬的咖啡館和成都的Karv One Design設計的帶有滑梯和球形凹坑的學校。

Project credits:

Interior design: X+ living
Chief designer: Li Xiang
Design team: Ren Lijiao, Wu Feng, Luo Ziyan, Chen Lufang, Zhang Xin, Zhang Xiaosong, Jiang Xueping, Fan Haifeng


室內設計:X +生活



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