Perhaps it’s post-Thanksgiving family fatique, but we’re thinking about indoor spaces where children can burn off excess energy.
Above: An indoor play space spotted on the The Architecture Blog.
Above: An interior climbing wall, via Bldg Space.
Above: A loft space in Los Angeles, photographed by June and John Brown for OWI.
Above: A children’s room in Hampstead by London architects Stiff + Trevillion.
Above: London architect Alex Michaelis created a slide for his children in his city house.
Kids need to play, but they also need to do their homework. For ideas on workspaces for kids, see Remodelista’s post, Children’s Rooms: Workspace Roundup.