Whether you have some stuff that you want to put out of sight or you’re up to turn your house into a haunted mansion with secret chambers, consider these awesome ideas for a secluded room.
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This awesome playground was built at the rooftop of three penthouses in Copenhagen, Denmark by the company JDS Architectures. The neighborhood where the building’s located is too dense, so the company decided to fully utilize the rooftop space, creating a place for children to play and for adults to relax. The playground features a real grass hill slope, shock-absorbing orange deck, viewing platform and an outdoor kitchen for adults with a place for barbeque.
Whoa. Some people really know how to make worthwhile things practically out of nothing. Michelle de la Vega, a designer, artist and welder from Seattle turned an ordinary garage into fully functioning living space with a mezzanine. All the furnishings inside were either handcrafted or refurbished and the place was lifted up and slightly extended to fit the bathroom.
The design studio Paz Arquitectura from Guatemala created this spectacular house in a hillside forest in the Santa Rosalia area of Guatemala City. The house named Casa Corallo almost merges with the natural forest landscape. Tree trunks grow freely through the building, and the materials used for construction resemble those of the place around.