There is almost no way in which living under a bridge could be construed as a good thing. Almost. Just take a look at this Underpass Studio by Fernando Abellanas and you’ll see what we mean.
This tiny studio located in a secret spot somewhere in Valencia, Spain is brilliant, but simple. The wooden platform that makes up the largest portion of the studio hangs by a steel frame that grips a concrete lip under the bridge. That platform uses a hand crank to move from side to side – and transports the sole user from the bank right under the bridge to the column where the shelves and desk have been installed. Once the Spanish furniture maker who built all of this gets onto the platform and operates the crank, he makes his little space inaccessible to anyone but himself. Much like a treehouse, this hideaway has a whimsical, freeing sense to it. Abellanas plans to keep the location secret, but if you want to learn more about his furniture making check the link below.