The idea behind the design of the Harbour House is to play with and give a home to figures and toys that children already have. The house loved by all invites your child to play freely as well as fitting perfectly into all children’s rooms with its architectural and modern design. Kind on the parents’ eyes, when placed in the living room.
Afternoon Comfort, when the grown-ups are cooking, and the children playing
Harbour House is a simple dollhouse in subtle colours (Rosa, Petroleum & Grey), so it can have a regular spot in the living room, without a problem. The same goes for the Creative Cork Village, which doesn’t make too much “noise” visually, no matter how scattered they are across the room. After dinner when everyone is tired, Leaf Blanket creates a soft and warm foundation for the quiet moments with the iPad or maybe reading fairytales out loud?
Imaginative play without limits was the key-thinking in the houses' design; There are doors to both front and side for popping in to see the neighbours when the houses are in terrace formation. There's also a chimney and a roof window for figures to jump through or wave from. Inspired by a historically famous street in Copenhagen called Nyhavn. The innovative design makes it possible for the child to create a town using multiple houses - the same way the real houses do in the Danish Capital - or merely for playing with on their own.