forwardView The Photo Gallery
UK property builders Cathedral Group requested twenty of the highest modern designers and designers to design and construct a dolls’ home straight out of the twenty first Century for an exhibition referred to as, A Doll’s House. Each home was required to function a minimum of one component that makes life a bit simpler for a kid with a incapacity. After being on show, the dolls’ homes have been auctioned off in help of KIDS, a UK charity that helps disabled youngsters, younger individuals, and their households.
Cathedral Group was impressed by Edwin Lutyens’ doll home that he designed for The British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1922, which used what’s thought-about a standard youngsters’s toy to showcase the easiest of recent British structure, craftsmanship, artwork, and inside design.
Above: By Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
By Adjaye Associates in collaboration with artist Chris Ofili and Base Models
By Dexter Moren Associates
By Make Architects
By Coffey Architects
By DRDH Architects in collaboration with Norwegian artist Anne Katrine Dolven
By FAT Architecture in collaboration with artist Grayson Perry
By mae architects in collaboration with MAKLab and Burro Happold
By Morag Myerscough & Luke Morgan in collaboration with artists Ishbel Myerscough, Chantal Joffe and poet Lemn Sissay
By shedkm in collaboration with artist James Ireland
By Zaha Hadid
By Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
By dRMM (de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects) in collaboration with Richard Woods Studio and Grymsdyke Farm
By Duggan Morris Architects in collaboration with Unit 22 Modelmakers
By Guy Hollaway in collaboration with Hemingway Design
By Glenn Howells Architects
By HLM Architects in collaboration with JuJu Ross Design/ A&C Hilliard Cabinet Makers
By Studio Egret West in collaboration with artist Andrew Logan
By James Ramsey of RAAD Studio in collaboration with artist Lara Apponyi
The dolls’ homes are to be exhibited at Bonhams all through November and have been auctioned to the very best bidders on November eleventh, 2013.
Hat tip to Christine!