When the studio Ruetemple created a room in a Russian home meant for a young brother and sister, the architects Alexander Kudimov and Daria Butahina didn’t take a conventional approach to the design. The two-storey space, called Interior for Students, needed to be a place for the kids to study, sleep, and hang out with their friends. As a result, the architects built a fixed space for schoolwork and dynamic areas for play, featuring fun details like a mezzanine hammock and a moveable cube.

(via ratherbeontheice)