When a newborn baby arrives, it’s usually hard to keep your home untouched. And the changes are pretty radical. Here’s a very daring example where the folks from L. McComber Architects had to suspend the parents bed (a 700sqm loft in Montreal, Canada) in order to make space for the baby’s room. Built using curved douglas fir plywood and tubular steel, everything is delicately illuminated by an opalescent storage wall and luminous bricks. A great investment to make better use of smaller spaces, but we’re still uncertain how safe/practical the ladder is at 2 a.m. in the morning when the baby cries. What do you guys think?
Home Architecture Design Ideas, Pictures and Inspiration Preparing the Baby’s Room, by L. McComber Architects