Originally designed as a hideaway at a busy exhibit, Frame House redefines the idea of "multipurpose." Designer Floris Schoonderbeek notes the "soft curves" and "the house-like shape" that are friendly and inviting. Easily constructed, it could serve as an garden arbor, an alfresco dining room or anything else the imagination might conjure. Its beams are fashioned in natural, untreated Douglas fir with galvanized steel connectors, and the optional platform is made of the same timber in smooth planks. Frame House comes without a roof but specially designed polycarbonate roof panels are available—or create a covering with fabric, plantings or other materials. As Floris notes, “It offers the possibility to create your own space at any location. It’s completely open to change."