#52 - Creme de la Creme

Interior Design for Kids, Avoiding Tech


Courtesy of Estudio Plök

Interior designers Carla Barconte and Ludmila Drudi, of Estudio Plök, and architect Mariana Paccieri worked together to create a fun solution for kids: #thebearscave. They designed the tech-free bedroom for last September’s Casa Foa 2018, Argentina’s most prestigious architecture and interior design trade show.    

Natural materials such as wood and cork bring children back to their environmental roots. The design team playfully transformed the idea of bunk beds; a ladder leads from the bottom to the top bunk which is hidden by the wooden structure. Painted on top a mountain in the back right corner of the room, a giant white bear stoically acts as guardian angel with its yellow scarf blowing in the wind.

See more images here. Follow Estudio Plök on Instagram.

About the Author

American artist Erin Tallman is a journalist for various online publications and is the Editor in Chief of AgriExpo e-magazine and ArchiExpo e-magazine. She has published three books, including her first novel.

Related Posts

The concept of “designing relationships” between past and present lies at the heart of an ambitious...

Generally fast plastic, 3D-printing doesn’t have the best reputation in terms of sustainability....

During Milan Design Week 2019, visitors couldn’t miss the 8-meter high version of Gaetano Pesce’s...

Style Switcher

Highlight Color:




You can also set your own colors or background from the Admin Panel.