When tasked with the challenge of creating a space that could comfortably fit two small children and be interesting enough to keep them in bed at night, Another Studio designed a set of bunk beds in the form of houses.
Made from birch plywood, the structure has two beds and features multiple cutouts to create windows that allow light into the sleeping space and allows the kids to look out from the comfort of their beds.
While one bed is only slightly raised off the ground, the other bed is reached by going up a small flight of stairs.
A white shelving unit fits snuggly beside the bottom “house” and under the top one, providing a spot for toys and books that are all at just the right height for tiny people.
A bunny and a bear have also been carved onto the surface of the houses to add a personalized touch and to make the space even more kid-friendly.
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