London based architecture firm creates children’s bedroom with pale plywood
Father of two living in a one-store flat in London, set the challenge: create a bedroom for his children to stay on the weekends. The result is A Room For Two By Studio Ben Allen and will definitely make you want to be a kid again so keep reading to find out more!
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The goal for this design was not only to create a space to sleep but also to provide the two children a place where they could play as well as finish their homework. The architecture firm went an extra mile and included archways, stairs, and a fold-down desk.
Studio Ben Allen built a pale plywood structure inspired by the workplace displayed in Antonello da Messina’s 15th-century painting St Jerome in His Study, so if you do a little research you will certainly see the similarities.
“Inspired by the painting St Jerome in His Study by Antonello da Messina, our departure point was to create an installation that is as much a small piece of architecture as it is a piece of furniture,” said the studio about their design, A Room For Two.
The plywood structure was built so that it has distinct spaces for each kid, with two different arched doorways. Also, this structure can be taken apart and built elsewhere.
Photos © Michael Sinclair
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