Mexico, 2004. Telmex is leader in telecommunications in Mexico and wanted to have a pavilion for children in Granja Las Americas, a themed park, where kids would learn about technology and ecology as its a great concern of the organisation.
The space designed and implemented was divided in 3 parts: one for toddlers where small animals attached to geometric shapes would teach about ecosystems and the right habitat for different animals. The second space was the registration booth where visitors would get the Wisdom Passport with questions about fauna and flora. Finally, the third space was a cave like indoor room, with niches where you could find different animals, minerals and plants based on what your passport would ask for. Once found, theses elements had to be placed on special stalagmites where cartoon characters would tell stories.
You’d get a stamp for every item found.