This room is the largest of several childrens rooms and serves as a common room. The original central light source is replaced by two ceiling lights, which illuminate the room evenly and visually divide it into different areas of use. Metal surfaces integrated into the wall allow creative, variable hanging by use of magnets and without damaging the wall surfaces. Gymnastic rings attached to the wooden beam ceiling additionally accommodate to the childrens urge for movement. The unpigmented clay plaster creates a haptically pleasant and at the same time sound-absorbing surface.