A Reading Net Suspended Above A Home’s Library In Madrid


(via) Earlier this year, the designers at Spanish firm Egue & Seta crafted gorgeous interiors for a young family’s mid-century house in Chamartin, Madrid. Our favourite room of the lot is the small library on the top floor, specifically the reading net that is suspended (by the looks of it) some 8 feet above the hardwood floor. The cozy “hang out” is accessed from the same ladder used to reach the books on the top shelves. Photos by Vicugo Foto.

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  1. Doesn’t appear to be any books in the ‘library’, only CDs. Now you are wondering, what the heck is a CD? Good question!

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