Bangkok studio Onion designed the interior of the Jerry House, a holiday home at Cha-Am Beach, Thailand, for a family with four sons, who wanted a playful space that encourages them to play.
Central to the dwelling is the linkage of passageways via nets, they act almost like the extension of floors within this three-storey high living hall. Each layer of nets has a hole and each hole is set in different locations. Children and adults can climb up the metal ladders from the ground floor to one of the son’s bedrooms on the third floor and literally jump out of bed fall down one of the holes!
Colours are used to increase the visual experiences, the public areas of Jerry House are painted in white, these include the main living hall, the living room and the dining room that links between the swimming pool to the service quarter on the ground floor. The bedrooms, on the other hand, are personalised by colours. Simply too much fun !