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From the Show Floor: Modern Family

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The Modern Family Zone was once again a hoppin’ spot for the young visitors of Dwell on Design, with cool, eco-friendly and innovative furniture and playthings. Adults and kids alike delighted in trying out everything from magnetic blocks to non-toxic modern hobby horses to tiny chairs for the Mies enthusiast.

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  The entrance to Modern Family Zone with basket of biodegradable products by Method.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    The entrance to Modern Family Zone with basket of biodegradable products by Method.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  A small visitor tries out a non-toxic rubber Rody horse from Plastica.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    A small visitor tries out a non-toxic rubber Rody horse from Plastica.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Architect and designer Gregg Fleishman’s portable play structure has no joinery, and includes a slide for even the tiniest users.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Architect and designer Gregg Fleishman’s portable play structure has no joinery, and includes a slide for even the tiniest users.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Toys made from recycled milk jugs from Inhabitots, a website dedicated to sustainable products for children.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Toys made from recycled milk jugs from Inhabitots, a website dedicated to sustainable products for children.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Eco-friendly blocks from Tegu, brought to the Modern Family Zone by Inhabitots.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Eco-friendly blocks from Tegu, brought to the Modern Family Zone by Inhabitots.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Sarah Strack Anderson of Modern Day Moments photographs a family at the Modern Family Zone.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Sarah Strack Anderson of Modern Day Moments photographs a family at the Modern Family Zone.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  A youngster tries out the HP Touchsmart technology, which allows kids to draw right onscreen.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    A youngster tries out the HP Touchsmart technology, which allows kids to draw right onscreen.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  A small team at work on the HP screens.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    A small team at work on the HP screens.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Blocks from Tegu made from sustainable woods and magnets, which allowed them to easily adhere to the metal table, fascinated many a child. The mini Miesian chairs are from The Sofa Company.  Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Blocks from Tegu made from sustainable woods and magnets, which allowed them to easily adhere to the metal table, fascinated many a child. The mini Miesian chairs are from The Sofa Company.

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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  Inhabitots provided a drawing station for those wishing to express themselves through scribbling.Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our  FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!   Photo by: Tammy Vinson
    Inhabitots provided a drawing station for those wishing to express themselves through scribbling.

    Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!

    Photo by: Tammy Vinson

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