These lofts look gorgeous and aren’t meant (only) for children. If we are to believe their designers, Awakawa and Madeline Gins, they’re like a fountain of youth and happiness.
How could that be? Well it seems whoever designed them, managed to create a living space where their residents discover what makes their body function. And how. Thus giving them the chance to doubt themselves and ask questions about themselves. Hence the notion “reversible destiny” attached to this architectural invention. Word is, these reversible destiny lofts can make your life longer. I wonder if looking at them suffices!
The oddly designed and decorated lofts are available for rent for $2,000/$2,400 per month. (via)