A Children's Playhouse Adults Can Love Without Shame

A Children's Playhouse Adults Can Love Without Shame

Commissioned by their own children, architects Anna and Eugeni Bach have created a charming little playhouse in Finland. It's designed, of course, for small people and built from a tree planted by the kid's grandfather. The fun comes in the slick incorporation of adult size passage ways, which don't detract from the core user but also allow some fun for larger folks. Can't fault the traditional Finnish barn look either.

[via Frame]

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