Today, who doesn’t know about Pinoy Architect Llyan Oliver Austria, right? You’ll see him, or rather, his videos on your feed every now and then. Almost all of his videos in his second channel named Oliver Austria get over 1 million views.
If you subscribed to him, I bet you also know by now that he has a first channel he started in 2017. It’s called Llyan Austria. That’s where I found our interesting architecture story today.
Last July 3, he posted a video where he made a house for Pikachu. According to him, he had a ton of questions when he was growing up.
Now that he’s grown, he had maybe 28% of all the questions answered. The question about how it would look like inside a Pokeball remains. So that’s what he attempted to answer.
It revolves around the “Thingy Majig”
As Llyan explained the house, he started with the ‘Teleport Thingy Majig’ as he called it. It looks like an elevator and this is where the Pokemon teleports to when it gets sucked inside a Pokeball.
From there, the main floor is accessible where there is a kitchen, dining, and living area is. It is surrounded by railings where you can see the pocket garden on level zero.
The loft has no railing. The reason behind this is that Llyan said that Pikachu can jump up to over 20ft. In the air, so naturally, railings around his bed won’t be of much use.
The loft room is simple with a futon bed with only a headboard and no bed rails. As well as a plush toy and some manga.
Below the main floor is the special happy area of Pikachu. There is an indoor garden, a pool, and a giant floater!
Watch the whole video here to see more of the house.
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