This project is a single shared bedroom was transformed into 2 separate spaces with the insertion of a freestanding bunk bed.

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Design: MAKE Creative
Collaborator: Tanguy le Moing/Supermobilet
Year: 2017
Photography: Luc Remo

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Project's description: Located down the centre of the room with each level facing different directions, the bunk bed structure divides the room into two private spaces. Created from a mix of formply and plywood, this project was an economical way of creating 2 bedrooms from one.

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

The solution was to place a freestanding bunkbed structure in the middle of the room. and was inspired by the long, narrow childrens bedrooms by le Corbusier for Unite D'habitation, Each side of the space feels unique and private, with a long shared desk facing the views.

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

Two rooms from one for two children aged 8 and 10

This project is a single shared bedroom was transformed into 2 separate spaces with the insertion of a freestanding bunk bed

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