Baby and Kids' Design Ideas
The project was the result of a highly collaborative design process between the client and architect. This collaboration led to a design outcome which prioritised light, expanding volumes and increasing connectivity both within the home and out to the garden. Within the complex original plan, rational solutions were found to make sense of late twentieth century extensions and underutilised spaces. Compartmentalised spaces have been reprogrammed to allow for generous open plan living. A series of internal voids were used to promote social connection across and between floors, while introducing new light into the depths of the home.
Kemp Hall Studio
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Дверь в лето
Таунхаус общей площадью 350 кв.м. в Московской области - просторный и светлый дом для комфортной жизни семьи с двумя детьми, в котором есть место семейным традициям. И в котором, в то же время, для каждого члена семьи и гостя этого дома найдется свой уединенный уголок. Архитектор-дизайнер Алена Николаева
Design for Change
Bedroom turned jungle for a little boy whose wish was granted by The Make-A-Wish Foundation. KathleenSoloway
Jennifer M. Ramos
Photo: Jennifer M. Ramos © 2018 Houzz
For this bedroom we create a park. The floor is Pirelli rubber. Photography by Annie Schlechter
Tim Cuppett Architects
Loft for sleeping. Photo by Paul Finkel
The homeowners wanted their basement to be an exciting and varied entertainment space for the whole family. For the children’s favorite activities, the architects designed spaces for a dance studio, craft area, Murphy beds for sleepovers and an indoor sports court. © Bob Narod Photography / BOWA
The Sky is the Limit Design
Jo Ann Richards, Works Photography
Simon Couchman Architects
Alison Kandler Interior Design
Pom pom trimmed curtains in a Beatrix Potter print help to create a fairy tale nursery.
A guest room tucked at the back of this Georgia farmhouse occupies part of the original structure, and a small addition creates a “sleeping porch” for grandchildren. Antique twin beds lend age to the addition, as do the horizontal butt board walls, wrapping casement windows, sliding French doors and painted wood floor. Together, these elements create the impression that the charming and playful space was originally a porch and later enclosed. Photography: Blayne Beacham Macauley
A closet was renovated into a playhouse for two sisters. Photography by Annie Schlechter