Townhouse B14 was designed by the architecture office XTH-Berlin and it incorporates playful features throughout. The townhouse has doors that open like drawbridges, floors that are sloped to doubly function as slides and nets that replace sections of the floor for fun play areas.
The first and third levels of the townhouse have concrete flaps that can be used as slides to get from one level to another. The two bedrooms above the ground floor feature wooden flaps that can be raised and lowered in order to connect the rooms with a platform that holds a piano and a netted play area. All the open space, combined with skylights and large windows, allow a ton of natural light into this living space.
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