Two very lucky Russian kids don't need to go outside to climb, crawl, and play. Located in between their two rooms is a set-up any rugrat would envy: a vertical play area of wooden steps, nets, and a rope ladder. In their own rooms, the kids must scramble up on a stack of wooden cabinets or built-in ladder to reach their shoulder-height wall-mounted beds. The renovation, designed by the architecture firm Ruetemple, also features a living/dining area with easily reconfigurable furniture (also to accommodate play) and a large blackboard for schoolwork and doodling.
∙ Bagritsky / Ruetemple [ArchDaily]