Children sleep in many different spaces. Some are simple with plain walls and a bed, others look more like toy museums! Some children share a room and others sleep in the living room. Moe has seen children sleeping under bridges, stars and trees. James Mollison photographs sleep spaces and places of children all over the world. You can see his photographs in his beautiful book, Where Children Sleep or click here for a link to his website.
Here are some of his photographs:
Which is your favourite sleep space? Why?
What did you find most interesting?
Did any of the photos give you a bad feeling? Can you explain it?
How does your sleep space compare?
Excited about sleep spaces? Design one for yourself or Moe!
You can see the whole book virtually here.
You can see all of the high-quality images here.