Is it an ultra-cool dolls' house or is it a coffee table? Well, actually it's both. A dolls house is one of those bulky, often expensive, toys that take up floor space and have limited play life. Amy Whitworth designed the QUBIS Haus to have a dual purpose as a coffee table and a dolls house. The ingenuity of the concept combined with the sophisticated architectural quality of the design is what makes it a brilliantly big idea for a tiny space.
With its slots for removable walls and various additional room sets, budding architects can spend hours putting together their individual schemes and then helping the little dolls move in to their new house.
Magnetic oak blocks click together to make the furniture. Once play time is over, the mini furniture pieces can be removed and the unit is ready to be used as a standard coffee table again. It looks so lovely fully furnished, however, that many people choose to use it as a coffee table whilst the dolls get on with their lives underneath!
Love the coffee table house? See the multifunctional sofa that would work really well alongside it here
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