Dutch design super models: the doll house

Hippest. Doll house. Ever. Imagine a toy designed by the most famouse Dutch designers, artists and architects, asked to imagine and build an interior at scale 1:12. Amongst them are designers & architects Makkink & Bey, Ineke Hans, Scholten & Baijings, textile designer Claudy Jongstra, wayfinding specialist Mijksenaar, exhibition designers Kossmann.dejong, artist Krijn de Koning and furniture manufacturer DUM. Together, these designs to scale, ranging from hotel rooms, to offices and exhibition galleries, form the "Dutch Design (Doll) House", on display at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Baan cupboard, Partly Cloudy design studio

Are you nostalgic of your childhood's doll house? Thanks to Bangkok-based designers Paitoon Keatkeereerut and Chawin Hanjing (Partly Cloudly design studio), you may now indulge in playing with this full-grown version, a versatile dinnerware or kitchen cupboard named "Baan" (meaning home in Thai language). At first, the Partly Cloudy designers were crafting their wood and metal houses as display cases for various shops. Due to an ever increasing demand, they started designing bespoke ones for customers all over Asia.

Arne Jacobsen : la maison de poupées

Erigée à Charlottelund (Danemark) en 1928, la maison d'Arne Jacobsen s'invite désormais en vedette dans la chambre des enfants : la firme Minimii vient en effet d'en commercialiser une version miniaturisée, à l'échelle 1/16 (37x71x62 cm).