In New Jersey, this 10-year-old resident had one primary design requirement in his family's prefab home: bunk beds. Specifically, he wanted “two sets of single bunks, one on each side, with a bridge over the top.”
The residents of this Jackson, Wyoming, getaway had an unusual feature in mind: an interior slide. In addition to the slide, the couple had a list of whimsical requests: flat-screen panels inlaid into the entryway floor for displaying videos and photos, a room for housing and heating sports gear, a living roof complete with solar panels, a triple-stacked bunk bed in one of the kids’ bedrooms, and a Picard steam-injection oven for baking the perfect baguette and making pizza with their three children.
Even the tiniest modernists need a stylish place to sleep. Baby Max’s bedroom (in his parents' Los Angeles A. Quincy Jones house) is outfitted with a Gulliver crib and a red PS cabinet, both from IKEA, as well as a Birds in Harmony mobile by Christel Sadde and Katsumi Komagata for the Museum of Modern Art Store. The custom “I brake for unicorns” neon sign is from Let There Be Neon, a shop in New York City.
Daks wallpaper from Walnut provides a colorful backdrop for play in this renovated Los Angeles home.
In Hawaii, a family discovered the joys of DIY design with projects like this multi-level tree house on a mountain compound made up of distinct pods.