112 / DOLL'S HOUSE

The dollhouse 'Wanderhouse' was created for architect Petter Masselink’s Dollhouse initiative: 'Architects for children with energy metabolism disease'. Various architects and artists were asked to design a dollhouse. These were then auctioned and the proceeds forwarded to the research by Professor Jan Smeitink into finding a treatment for children with this disorder. Wanderhouse was designed as an imaginary voyage of discovery, wandering over multiple levels and across different spaces. Via a central staircase, the route leads from the first floor through several rooms and ending on a roof terrace. The rooms are decorated with felt accents in complementary soft colours. On the top layer, a tree of life was placed on an elliptical patio.

Project data

Doll's house Wanderhouse

Design–execution
2020

Client
Doll’s House/Peter Masselink

Projectteam
Marcel Lok, Ernst Dullemond

Photography
Tim Stet (model)