With its mix of stairs and ladders, you can navigate this Vermont home in all directions. What started out as two large homes became one, complete with spaces to run and hide, and a giant dining table. Find out more about this home by LineSync Architecture in this video from Chibi Moku.
In this home, the kids have their own space for playtime. When Roy, an entrepreneur from NYC, decided to combine two condos into one, it was only after knocking down one of the walls that he discovered the floor levels were uneven!
Instead of shelving the project, Roy worked with Joseph from LineSync Architecture to re-imagine the home and play with the spaces. All the crevices in between were turned into hidden passages, with secret doors and three wooden slides. He wanted to create a place that the kids can really enjoy themselves on vacation.
The rooms didn’t connect at a straight plain, which is why you find a lot of stairs and slides to unite the rooms from one side of the house to another. This fun twist makes it quite unique!
Functioning as a vacation home, the big open plan kitchen is the adult’s domain while the children are free to run around. A long dining room table makes it easy for everyone to gather together, with cute details in the design. Check out the tiles in the kitchen backsplash.
Joseph Cincotta from LineSync Architecture enjoyed working on this project, and you can see the kids like it too!