March 9, 2015

Plywood Kids Pod By Mihaly Slocombe

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Dezeen has pics of a sweet new bedroom addition Melbourne-based architects Mihaly Slocombe made to a low-slung, rammed earth house they built eight years ago in a retired couple's vineyard. Called the Kid Pod, it's "for future grandchildren," which, no pressure.

The Kid Pod is separated from the main house by a glassed in walkway. Two sleeping areas are connected by a wide hall with a bathroom in between them. The whole space can feel like a contiguous loft, or the rooms can be closed off by heavy curtains. Everything is lined with pale plywood, which looks gorgeous.

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Though if the perforated timber shutters seem familiar to you, too, it means we've been going to some of the same Chipotles.

Mihaly Slocombe extend vineyard home with timber nursery [dezeen]

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