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Cool Child Playhouse In a Back Yard – Polyhedron Habitable by Manuel Villa

Sun, Sep 5, 2010 | Wood house designs | By Mike
 
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This small house in a back yard of a family house is a retreat for the young parents and their child. It has polyhedron shape and one of its sides is fully glazed and opened to a teak deck leading into nature. Besides, it provides workspace and sofa inside with natural light. Inside and outside it’s done from natural wood in order to highlight its closeness to the natural surroundings. This small house is a perfect playhouse for a child and could even be cool place for his hobbies and an alone time when he grows up.

Source: Manuel Villa
Photos: Sergio Gomez

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