If your child wants to have his or her very own carnival inside the room, why not have a ferris wheel installed? When playtime’s over, you can use the carriages to store toys.
Designed by Naf Architect & Design for the 3 Way House in Tokyo, it would be the perfect opportunity to test your wall climbing skills and make it to the top as you’re greeted by a lovely view of the world outside.
Japanese studio Level Architects offers freedom of choice with either a flight of stairs or a slide, both of which meet each other in the middle, with a ball pit for kids to enjoy.
A floating ship with a rope bridge with an indoor slide… How fun can this get?
This indoors children’s paradise was created by AB Rogers and DA Studio. The multi-faceted recreational area features trap doors which can be used as entry points to the next floor, plus an extra large sofa which children can jump and bounce on.
If your child enjoys reading a lot, converting the stairs into a set of bookshelves ought to do the trick. Install a slide right in the middle and they get a load of fun. Korean architect Moon Hoon’s realized idea for the Panorama House certainly is proof of that.