Famous for its creations in polycarbonate, the Italian brand Kartell recently added to their range of imaginative toys a line of doll houses quite different from what we’re used to seeing around there.
Created by the designer Fabio Novembre, they feature a pitched roof, as well as cut-out windows and front door.
According to him, the toys were based on the experience that he has with his two daughters: “Playing with architecture to give a house to their dolls is something that I’ve been doing for years,” he told to the website Dezeen.
The houses, which are suspended from the floor through four supports, appeal to both the adult and children’s design and feature vibrant or discreet colors in their palette, including pink, fluorescent green, gray and purple.
The compartments created for each room in the house can also be used as shelves, to which their owners can store small objects.
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