Stacked Interiors by Franziska Sinn Make Forts out of Furniture

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 13, 2011 • References: &
What you see in the series Stacked Interiors by Franziska Sinn is what various rooms would look like if children were born more muscular. These ten images feature the "after" arrangements of bedrooms, living rooms, classrooms and even photography studios once this creative has made his mark.

The conventional and practical placement of various furnishings is thrown out the window, and the artist's efforts to increase the usable space within a selection of chambers results in the meticulous vertical assembly of everything from couches and lighting fixtures, to books and laundry. One playful interpretation of these hoarded heaps is the way that each pile leaves an empty void for use as a children's fort.

To see the original images of the rooms in Stacked Interiors by Franziska Sinn, see the photographer's website. Stats for Unusual Room Arrangements Trending: Older & Average
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