This organic-looking structure is the perfect place for kids (or adults) to get away from the world for a while. The Knit Fort got its name from the way it is constructed; the hardwood pieces held together with rubber cord make it look almost like it has been knitted from fabric.
The walls of the little house are flexible thanks to their unique construction and can be moved and shaped into different configurations to suit the tastes of the inhabitants. Designed by Matt Gagnon, the Knit Fort is as much for adults as it is for kids.
The structure’s unique construction method allows for plenty of natural light to shine in. Spaces between each wooden block let in rays of sunshine, illuminating the entire interior space.
According to Gagnon, the structure can be used indoors or outdoors, as a fort, sunshade, conference room, or even a room within a room indoors. The construction method makes it easy to scale the structure up or down, depending on needs, by simply adding or subtracting columns to give the end user a completely customized place to play or work.