Brinca Dada always amazes us with their beautifully designed dollhouses, and their latest introduction is no exception. The Edward House follows in the footsteps of the company's biggest hit -- the Emerson House, which is sadly now discontinued. Like the Emerson House this new modern, minimalist abode designed by Tim Boyle was inspired by Neutra's Kaufman House and Gary Coopers home, both designed by architect A. Quincy Jones.
The bi-level Brinca Dada Edward House is the type of dollhouse you’ll “ooo” and “ahh” over just as much, if not more than, your kids. The home features hardwood floors, a cut stone fireplace, and glass corners. Inside you’ll find six rooms: a living room, bathroom, library or office, master bedroom, child’s bedroom and a kitchen. The large open floor plan allows plenty of space for kids to play inside, and lets lots of sunlight shine through.
The Edward House also has several green aspects. It’s made from eco-friendly woods and finished with non-toxic and lead-free paints.
Though a splurge, the Edward House makes a great holiday gift that both you and your child can be excited about!