The Villa Sibi Modernist Doll House by Wolfgang Sirch and Christoph Bitzer is an architectural dream house for kids and their little modernist imaginations.
Just under four feet long, the birch, plexiglass, and metal structure comes complete with furniture. It features tiny sliding plexiglass walls and a swimming pool.
The Sirch family has been producing products in wood for over 300 years in Germany. After the death of his father, Isidor Sirch, Wolfgang Sirch, an interior architect, brought Christoph Bitzer, a sculptor, into the company.
The doll house carries a price of about $900 usd.
Wolfgang Sirch & Christoph Bitzer Design Child's Dream Toy
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