We see lots of multifunctional furniture these days, but not often something as unorthodox as this Jenga-esque structure in a converted barn in Flanders, Belgium. Conceived by Antwerp-based firm Studio Farris Architects, the freestanding stack of wooden beams not only serves as a space divider and shelving, but can also be ascended. At the top? Two simple desks built right into the beams.
The barn, which is now an office, features a restored brick facade, new windows to bring in extra light, and polished sparse interiors. If only the Jenga tower had a bathroom and kitchen, too!