Dolls’ House Project is traveling and now coming to Amsterdam.
The Dolls’ House Project is a traveling exhibition of Dolls’ Houses, each designed and assembled by Dutch architect Peter Masselink.
The Dolls’ House Project was initiated and curated by the architect Peter Masselink as a benefit exhibition to enhance awareness about congenital metabolic disorders: the Inborn errors of metabolism. A series of exhibitions of eighteen Dolls' Houses throughout The Netherlands during 2017-18 is to be concluded by an auction of all Dolls' Houses; the revenue will be donated to scientific research on the diseases.
Studio KU+ has realized a multi-playful dolls' house "POPPENHUIS’ WERELD" together with the architecture firm Atelier PUUUR who was invited together with 17 other architects to contribute a 'design and build' of a dolls’ house.
Dolls’ House exhibition
Opening 4 November 19:00hrs
04.11 - 10.12 2017
Arcam, Architectuurcentrum Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade 600, Amsterdam
For more information please visit: Arcam
Project: Doll's House - POPPENHUIS’ WERELD
Architect: Atelier PUUUR