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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 04, 2013 01:03 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Jun 03, 2013

Modernism, thankfully, isn’t just for adults anymore. Barcelona-based designer Javier Mariscal introduced Villa Julia back in 2009, a cartoonish cardboard playhouse, designed for Magis’ children’s collection, and the premise was simple: a light, visually appealingly house that children could (with a little help from adults) set up themselves, move wherever — Continue reading …




 

 

03_villa-julia_casa3Modernism, thankfully, isn’t just for adults anymore. Barcelona-based designer Javier Mariscal introduced Villa Julia back in 2009, a cartoonish cardboard playhouse, designed for Magis’ children’s collection, and the premise was simple: a light, visually appealingly house that children could (with a little help from adults) set up themselves, move wherever they pleased, and individualize by coloring between (or outside) the lines. A lesson in construction, observation, imagination and self-sufficiency. That’s smart kid stuff.

02_villa-julia_casa201_villa-julia_casa104_villa-julia_casa4Screen shot 2013-06-03 at 3.03.34 PMImages: Javier Mariscal


 

 

 
 
 

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