My Workshop represents a child’s place for creative exploration with diverse materials, hard or soft, flexible or rigid, transparent or opaque, computational or non-computational. The design proposal consists of a system of containers that encloses a dual system of storage and workspace. Four main components constitute our design proposal, each one having different components that can be used either independently or together. The child is presented with a system of boxes waiting to unfold their hidden spaces. Inspired by the very first definition of architectural space as a shelter for life, we create a variety of spaces by combining different packaging design techniques and materials. The containers can be deployed and utilized in many different ways depending on the problem at hand and the child’s personal preferences. In other words, the design deliberately presents a generic typology. The system of boxes is not defined in terms of its exterior material in order to encourage customization on the part of the child through add on layers of materials, colors, and other forms of notation.