Clementine House
       
     
 Most doll’s houses are a compromised small scale version of a traditional house. We set out instead to create a house that could one day become a full-scale reality.
       
     
 To allow for interaction with all areas, the house is designed vertically. Once opened, it reveals a miniature world traversed by a series of ramps that form a striking lattice structure.
       
     
 When closed, a flick of a switch deftly transforms the house into a softly glowing lamp, its translucent façade hinting at the fun within.
       
     
More about the project
       
     
Clementine House
       
     
Clementine House

TDO were invited by Wallpaper* magazine to design a contemporary dolls house for its inaugural Handmade Edition.

 Most doll’s houses are a compromised small scale version of a traditional house. We set out instead to create a house that could one day become a full-scale reality.
       
     

Most doll’s houses are a compromised small scale version of a traditional house. We set out instead to create a house that could one day become a full-scale reality.

 To allow for interaction with all areas, the house is designed vertically. Once opened, it reveals a miniature world traversed by a series of ramps that form a striking lattice structure.
       
     

To allow for interaction with all areas, the house is designed vertically. Once opened, it reveals a miniature world traversed by a series of ramps that form a striking lattice structure.

 When closed, a flick of a switch deftly transforms the house into a softly glowing lamp, its translucent façade hinting at the fun within.
       
     

When closed, a flick of a switch deftly transforms the house into a softly glowing lamp, its translucent façade hinting at the fun within.

More about the project