House with Three-Story Slide (15 pics)


Japanese studio Level Architects fulfilled every kid’s fantasy by designing a house in Tokyo, Japan that features a three-story slide. A staircase wraps around one side of the house, while the slide encircles the other. Occupants can decide at each level whether to descend by the stairs or by slide.

Once the kids slide down to the first floor, they can play in the ball pen, which is part of the living room. A Japanese-style room and home office are also located at ground level, while the bedroom and bathroom can be found on the top floor.










Level Architects’ website
via [dezeen], [designboom], [the daily what]



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