Qubis – Amy Whitworth’s Modern Doll Houses That Double As Furniture.

Qubis Doll Houses

Wooden modular furniture that functions as dollhouses are the hallmark of Qubis design. The QUBIS HAUS, C Shape Qubis, S Shape Qubis, Qubis Box Haus, Qubis Haus Walls, Qubis Magnetic Oak Furniture and Qubis Magnetic Oak People are new products by Amy Whitworth Design. Read more

The Arne Jacobsen Doll House, MiiBoxen, Is Now Available From Minimii.

MiiBoxen from minimii

In November 2009 I introduced you to a dollhouse design by Minimii, The Miiboxen, that was a miniature reproduction of Arne Jacobsen’s actual home in Charlottenlund. The post also compared the dollhouse to the original home of the famous designer. Read more

The Hippest Gifts In Every Category For Everybody This Holiday Season.

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Let me be your personal shopper this Holiday Season. Seriously. Read more

Brinca Dada Introduces The First Real Modern Furniture For Dollhouses.

Real Modern Furniture For Dollhouses

Brinca Dada’s 32 piece collection of modern miniature furniture for the Emerson House. Read more

M112 PODS & Mini Modern Furnishings By Paris Renfroe

Container dollhouses by Paris Renfroe

Paris Renfroe established Paris Renfroe Design in San Francisco California in the summer of 2002. Since then he has worked with numerous clients in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, and the Minneapolis-St. Paul areas. Read more

New Modern Dollhouse is a Reproduction Of Arne Jacobsen’s Own 1928 Villa

Arne Jacobsen Villa Dollhouse

I suppose it’s the combination of being a female, a wannabe architect and having a predilection for modern design that makes me somewhat obsessed with modern dollhouses. Read more

Once Homes To Dolls, Now Modern Light Fixtures. House Lights by Peter Waltz.

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Artist Peter Waltz builds houses. But not the kind you live in, the kind you live with. Read more

Mark Turpin’s Pine Island: Architecture In Miniature

mark turpin's pine island miniatures

You can’t call Mark Turpin’s creations Dollhouses, that would be a gross misnomer. Read more