Hex Escape


Continuing along the lines of our fascination with magical, inspired places to escape – whether treehouses or shacks – we can’t help daydreaming about this amazing hexagonal backyard structure. Designed by Colombian architects Manuel Villa and Alberto González Sepúlveda for a family with young children living just outside Bogota, the small space is the perfect retreat tucked into a corner of their garden. Black shingles line the exterior, and the entire interior is covered in wood, along with built-in angular furniture of a simple couch, desk, and storage. A round skylight tops the cozy structure, providing treetop views.