Habitable Polyhedron

Photo by Manuel Villa

SpaceInvading is bringing the Neat back with four architechtural wonders today.  This one is the "Habitable Polyhedron" and it has a unique function.

The project, meant for a family house back yard in the suburbs, aimed at designing a small park or opened area where the young parents and their newborn child would enjoy a independent space from day to day house activities, a space for reading, playing, etc. Having in mind this objective, and considering the usages of the space in the long term, it was proposed the project incorporated a small building to complement and support outside activities. That way he building would serve as a shelter for the child to share with his parents and, later on, as his own personal activities and hobbies setting.

It gives the appearance of one of those cartooney buildings where the space inside is bigger than it looks from outside: Link

This is perfect because all the couples with newborns I know have,
1. A backyard big enough to accomodate this.
2. Enough disposal income to afford one of these.
3. The need for living space independent of their house.
4. The desire to own a giant black Boggle die.
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