Colombian architect Manuel Villa designed the “Polyhedron Habitable” as a relaxing space in the back yard in Bogota. It’s designed for a couple and their newborn son, the aim of ‘polyhedron pod’ is to create a space separate from the domestic environment. This small house in a back yard of a family house is a retreat for the young parents and their child. It has polyhedron shape and one of its sides is fully glazed and opened to a teak area leading into nature. A skylight casts natural light on a workspace and sofa inside. The wooden unique-shaped building will soon be the place where the smallest family member will play and escape whenever he feels the need. Little windows on the sides and at the top are for day light and optimal air circulation conditions. Inside, the space is arranged with a drawing area with a desk and ledge, and a resting place.