This Kids Bedroom Has A ‘Nest’ For Them To Play In

In this kids bedroom, there's a 'nest', an elevated wooden box or cubby that looks out over the rest of the bedroom and gives the children a quiet place to play.

Photography by Sergey Krasyuk

 

When architectural studio PROJECT905 were asked to design an apartment in Moscow for a family with three children, they decided to create a ‘nest’ in one of the children’s bedrooms.

The ‘nest’ is an elevated wood box that looks out over the rest of the bedroom and gives the children a quiet secluded place to play.

 

In this kids bedroom, there's a 'nest', an elevated wooden box or cubby that looks out over the rest of the bedroom and gives the children a quiet place to play.

Photography by Sergey Krasyuk

To reach the nest, there’s a ladder to climb that runs along side the chalkboard wall.


To reach this kids cubby, there's a ladder to climb that runs along side a chalkboard wall.

Photography by Sergey Krasyuk

Inside the nest, there’s a fitted cushion to make playing more comfortable.


Inside this kids cubby, there's a fitted cushion (or mattress) to make playing more comfortable.

Photography by Sergey Krasyuk

Here’s a close-up look at some of the woodwork of the nest.


This kids room has a 'nest' cubby for the children to play in that's made from wood.

Photography by Sergey Krasyuk

And if you’re interested, this diagram shows the entire layout of the bedroom.


This kids room has a 'nest' for the children to play in.


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