This past winter Bright Day Big Blocks gladly agreed to help Miami Children’s Museum build out their new exhibit space called Construction Zone. The project was created by the Museum with the aid of NorthStar Museums & Education, and Skolnick Architecture + Design. Last month, April the Museum opened the Construction Zone to rave reviews from their community. The kids had an opportunity to build off a Bright Day Big Green Block Building Wall – connecting blocks from the wall – and carrying their creations to an open play space with close to 200 additional green blocks waiting to be stacked, connected, and have balls launched through the block channels.
“Bright Day Big Blocks launched their new company late in 2018 – and since that time have been involved in many custom design projects worldwide”, says David Krishock, Co-Founder of Bright Day. He continued, “we love taking our green and multi-colored block kits and applying them to custom designs. The cost is surprisingly low – and the visual and play impact is just enormous.”
Bright Day has not yet visited Miami Children’s Museum since the opening of Construction Zone – but a trip is being planned. According to Krishock, “There is nothing better than watching the children discover the blocks, experiment with the blocks, build with the blocks, and actually watch the kids’ design dream come true. We love observing the kids play and learn. For them, playing with our blocks is never the same twice – it’s so amazing.”
Visit the Miami Children’s Museum online at www.miamichildrensmuseum.org or in person at 980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, Florida.