Argentinian ‘Fun House’ Cafe for Both Kids and Adults

Argentinian ‘Fun House’ Cafe for Both Kids and Adults

Fiii Fun House Cafe is a heavenly place where kids and adults can coexist peacefully

Rachel Pincus
  • 9 april 2015

The separation between the world of kids and that of adults in urban public spaces is a topic of constant anxiety, especially for new parents and long-time neighborhood residents who see people arriving to bars with their children as a sign of gentrification—or just an annoyance. But Portuguese architect Íris Cantante, in her design for the Fiii Fun House Cafe in the Las Cañitas neighborhood of Buenos Aires, shows that it doesn’t have to be this way.

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