Living in an apartment is a great, low-maintenance experience. If something breaks, call the landlord. If you need landscaping or snow removal, you probably don’t have a to lift a finger. However, there is one major drawback to living in an apartment: the lack of outdoor space. Unless you’re lucky enough to have a balcony, you probably have to use a shared, communal space to soak up some rays. If you want to enjoy sunlight and fresh air without running into any of your neighbors, “More Sky” window is the solution for you. It creates a temporary sunroom that proves you with a space to read, meditate, or relax, all while enjoying nature.
What is the “More Sky” Window?
Argentinian architect Aldana Ferrer Garcia has created an extending window concept that allows apartment dwellers to enjoy the sky from their oft-cramped quarters. The “More Sky” windows all swing or otherwise extend out from the wall to create cozy, seated alcoves.
What are the Benefits of a “More Sky” Window?”
The “More Sky” window is an excellent way to balance the cramped spaces of urban living and the natural health benefits of relaxing outdoors. You can use the “More Sky” window as a small balcony or relaxing niche that allows you to soak up much needed Vitamin D without dealing with pesky bugs. It’s a great way to enjoy your morning coffee in a sunroom without buying a house or having a balcony added onto your apartment.