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Go play in your Poppenvilla


The Liliane Dolls Villa is far more than a simple dollhouse; it has been designed by Dutch designer Liliane Limpens for dolls that are one foot tall, making this house unique in its genre. Liliane created this doll house because there wasn’t a sustainable home for the size of dolls children prefer to play with.
So this one-of-a-kind house on wheels, equipped with furnishings and a car ramp, made from sturdy materials, such as birch plywood, beach wood and stainless steel, come up at child-height.
“Playing with the Villa is playing with wood, I think it is important for children to play with naturals materials”.
The measure and endurance give the relationship between adult and child a kind of equivalence, considered relevant for kid’s growth.
The distinctive open design of the Villa encourages interaction and free play, that’s why Liliane thought that, apart from a family use, it could work into day care centers or primary schools.
It is a mission, she explained, to incite “female entrepreneurs to consider developing physical products, and not just think about providing a service.”
Putting down roots on ethical values this Villa will make children feeling real owners of their space. 

Have a look at:
www.liliane.eu

Text by Enrico Fragale Esposito

POSTED BY Editor
July 19, 2015