Swings & Slides.

Monday, November 25, 2013

For Monday morning daydreaming: these swings, designed by Johanna Richter, which come in beechwood and wool felt varieties and are meant to resemble a beaded necklace…


…and Korea's Panorama House, which features a polished wooden staircase that functions as an enormous bookshelf and, more notably, a slide. "Grown-ups love [it]," says architect Moon Hoon.


More swings & slides:
-"The Swing at the End of the World." (Breathtaking. Thanks, Dana.)
-Christopher Duffy's Swing Table.
-A bright-white slide in Tokyo.

Happy Monday! Slide photos: top two by Huh Juneul; the rest by Namgoong Sun.

11 comments:

dee said...

OMGosh! This is SO cool!

Alecia said...

I want both in my house. I am totally a grown up kid. :)

Lisa Sperling said...

I'm familiar with Johanna Richter's work - the swings would be such a dreamy addition to our living quarters :) I love the Panorama House too - books and slides...simply perfect!

Anonymous said...

I love that slide!

Shoko said...

Alecia, I am, too :)

Lisa, yes!

Kelly said...

Torn from my daydreams.

Sarah Noel said...

Must. Have. Those. Steps.

Kathy said...

That swing at the end of the world is breathtaking! I want to go there.

fern said...

The first time I saw Moon Hoon's Panorama house I thought I wish I grew up in a place like that!
I also love his other architecture designs! They're super cool!

dakotabee said...

How much fun would that be in your house! Kids would go nuts (as would I;)

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Wren said...

So, these are kind of brilliant.

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