#thebearscave Is a Fun and Imaginative Bedroom for Kids

October 8, 2018 Caroline Williamson

#thebearscave Is a Fun and Imaginative Bedroom for Kids

Interior designers Carla Barconte and Ludmila Drudi, of Estudio Plök, and architect Mariana Paccieri joined forces to design a fun and inspiring bedroom for kids called #thebearscave. Designed for Casa Foa 2018, Argentina’s most prestigious architecture and interior design trade show, the cave-like bedroom, named #thebearscave, removes all technology leaving behind a space for a child to have fun and to use their imagination.

Diagonal wood floors continue up the wall at a slant on one side with wooden panels covering the other wall and the bed structure on the other side.

Inspired by nature, the room features a bear on top of a mountain with a bed nestled inside a cave. A ladder inside the “cave” leads up to the mountaintop where there’s another bed. A corner desk becomes a place to play toys with the bear overlooking from above.

The rest of the bed structure, which is made with two wooden textures, houses a closet and storage. A climbing wall next to the bed offers another access point to the upper deck.

A third bed is hidden under the cave bed for an additional guest.

Photos by Celeste Najt.

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