Nursery Hall on Attic Floor

The first floor is well planned and provides a separate little bedroom suite for guests. It is, however, to the planning of the second floor I draw special attention. It is wholly dedicated to the children. The nurseries, pantry, etc., are grouped south and west round a central playroom fitted as a gymnasium with swing, trapeze and monkey-rope. It is altogether a particularly happy piece of nursery planning, and shows what highly efficient use can be made of an attic floor when treated as a whole.
[from the DIDB]

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