Room of the Day: Teen’s Bedroom Puts the Bed and Storage in a Box

Design and architecture firm Int2architecture faced the challenge of creating a comfortable and interesting space for a modern, creative teenager. The 13-year-old girl, the oldest of four children, is smart, with an interest in foreign languages, music, insects and diving. When her parents gave her a separate room in their Moscow apartment, she took the creation of her own world seriously and had some clear requests: a writing desk and storage space for books, a large bed with pillows, and a scheme that was neither dark nor pink. Besides these grown-up ideas, she came up with another one — it would be cool to be able to write on the walls!

The designers took the teenager’s dreams and turned them into reality, transforming the room in about three months. The space became minimalist and functional. The main feature is a plywood structure containing a large bed and numerous shelves and drawers. This freed up the rest of the room, which now appears large and bright.

via Room of the Day: Teen’s Bedroom Puts the Bed and Storage in a Box

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