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Berlin-based Danish architect Sigurd Larsen has designed a hotel room than transforms into conceptual indoor and outdoor spaces by erecting a mini wooden house within the room. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
The ground floor of the wooden house features a bedroom, sauna, toilet, and kitchen. While the staircase inside leads up to another bedroom and a hammock that looks over the space. It’s feels almost like a kid’s spacious playhouse when you step inside.
The room is located at the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, and is part of 100 suites that were designed in six categories: Cosy, Lofty, Luxus, Hideout (Larsen…