Maria Montessori

The environment must be rich in motives which lend interest to activity and invite the child to conduct his own experiences.
The hands are the instruments of man's intelligence.

doit & Montessori

The doit© project reflects the importance of the autonomy of children and the use of natural materials such as cork and recycled wood.

The child that has the freedom and the opportunity to manipulate and use the furniture in a free way, the sense of belonging with its design, reaching a logical sense and learning little by little with it.

Main focus

Child autonomy: learning by overcoming new challenges with design, which will increase the child's development capacity and autonomy.

The essence of the design: design adaptted to different circunstances and needs of the child, usign natural materials with which learn. The materials with which the child works provide the keys for its development. These materials allow the child to recognize the error on its own and learn from it.

Surroundings: the environment in which the child lives is an orderly, aesthetic, simple, real... Many of the emotions that children perceive come from the environment around them.