I wake up in the morning to my alarm as usual and climb down from my loft bed. I roll my shoulders a couple of times to warm up as I’ve decided to swing myself to the bathroom this morning, using the bars on the ceiling. Most mornings I opt for the balancing and stepping track at floor level. On an upbeat day I move around my flat using the sturdy handles, rails, stairs and steps placed throughout the space. We have taken a reverse view on accessibility and made sure that moving from A to B is as difficult as possible. And what’s best, most of the normal furniture is fully integrated into an obstacle course within our home.
I drop the girls off at the kindergarten, and both of them quickly enter the building through their own hatches. I choose the adult door, although I sometimes enjoy challenging myself by using their much smaller entrances. I drive to work, where I climb over the mandatory high doorstep. For this morning, I choose the standing desk but in the afternoons I tend to work on one of the mobile workstations in our open-plan office and move it around to suit my liking, or I climb on top of the thinking loft.