It’s full of good ideas, including clever layout that creates a fluid space with lots of storage, and interesting use of plywood, but our favorite is the floors: sheets of Oriented Strand Board, known as OSB, painted high-gloss white.
OSB in its natural state is inexpensive engineered wood particle board formed by adding adhesives and then compressing layers of wood strands (flakes) in specific orientations, creating a rough and variegated surface:
We imagine the floor would have been installed similar to our plywood floors: 4’x’8′ sheets placed flat and screwed down to the underfloor, with a thin layer of cushioning material underneath. Unlike painted plywood, however, OSB floors painted high gloss would show the material’s variegated pattern, which we’re thinking would be both appealing and surprising.
Although the images don’t have a huge amount of detail, if you look close, you get an idea.