Spanish designer David Lamolla put together these mature play house structures for children to enjoy running their imagination wild in dubbed SmartPlayhouse. The structures are made from stylish white birch wood and they draw geometric inspiration from architecture exclusive to Japan.
The SmartPlayhouse are shaped like large squares complete with irregular geometric cut out windows and a fully functional door. The inside is well-light at open concept allowing children to set up the area as they please for games, activities or play scenarios. The houses feature a closed in ceiling making these structures ideal for setting up for play outside throughout the seasons. In addition, the houses can also be stacked to create two-floor play areas to maximize space.
The SmartPlayhouses come in a variety of shapes with two different sizes for each.
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