Architecturally Designed Cubby House/Reading Room

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Architecturally Designed Cubby House/Reading Room

This Architecturally designed shelter was primarily designed as an outdoor reading room in the presence of nature, where you can embrace the peace and serenity of the surrounding environment as it grows and becomes part of nature itself. The unique design adopts a sturdy pine frame cladded in old recycled basketball court floor boards. The colourful basketball lines create interesting patterns on each side. The roof utilises a stretched canvas angled to catch and direct rain water into the lavender or herb garden beneath it. The interior includes three removable custom built timber seats with purple cushions.

 

Dimensions:  2m Long x 1.5 Wide x 1.5 x 1.5 High

 

Suitable to fit adults in it however even more ideal to be used as a kids outdoor reading room.

 

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Building Activity

  • Antonina Ilieva
    Antonina Ilieva commented
    Yes, it is a great design direction!
    about 4 years ago via OpenBuildings.com
  • smith jones
    smith jones commented
    Wow! It’s really nice. A cubby house of your own is the most amazing thing when you’re five. They are great to play in and great to look at. Cubby houses provide tons of fun for children so if your kids are begging you for their very own cubby house, the planning stage is vital to ensure that you end up with the perfect cubby house for your kids. <a href=http://www.justcubbies.com.au/>cubby houses</a>
    about 4 years ago via OpenBuildings.com
  • smith jones
    smith jones commented
    Wow! It’s really nice. A cubby house of your own is the most amazing thing when you’re five. They are great to play in and great to look at. Cubby houses provide tons of fun for children so if your kids are begging you for their very own cubby house, the planning stage is vital to ensure that you end up with the perfect cubby house for your kids. <a href="http://www.justcubbies.com.au/">cubby houses</a>
    about 4 years ago via OpenBuildings.com