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We are thrilled to see our work for Brighton’s Little Green Pig children’s writing charity featured in the wonderful book, ‘Unnecessarily Beautiful Spaces for Young Minds on Fire’. It features our design work on both the BRIGHT S.T.A.R space station and The Tooth & Claw Store pop-up immersive creative writing spaces.

The book showcases writing spaces created by members of The International Alliance of Youth Writing Centers – a global movement of which Little Green Pig is a part.

Young people’s imaginations are boundless and inherently allergic to rules and logic, and these creative spaces try to respect and emulate that state of mind.” Dave Eggars, co-founder of 826 National (the largest youth writing network in the US) and Amanda Uhle, former executive director of 826michigan and director of the Hawkins Project.

You can read our full case study on each project by clicking below:


The Tooth & Claw Store

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