The store concept has been developed through analyzing functionality, perception and the semantic aspect. It is a view of the children's world through an adult perspective. Over sized toys were used as pieces of forniture. We raised the level of the pavement through a ramp and thin steps to raise the importance of small objects. With that, we re-proportioned the space which used to be long and narrow. Behind the colored mirror are fitting rooms, which hints at the game of hide-and-seek. Simple wood volumes and colorful mirror elements fulfill all the functions needed for display and sale. Long luminous shelves along the walls expand the space, illuminate and support the clothing and toys. Rose colored window glass mixes with the external light and the blue of the walls. All of these elements come together to create a space with subtle reminders of childhood.