Based on architect Andrew Geller’s iconic teepee-shaped house from the mid-1950s, the A-frame Dollhouse by Our Children’s Gorilla is a junior modernist’s dream. With steeply sloped eaves, large windows, and a lofted half-floor just like Geller’s original design, this kid-friendly facsimile is constructed from Valchromat, a wood fiberboard derived from forest waste. The dollhouse has one feature its predecessor lacks, however: a large cutout on one side for easy access during playtime.

+ A-frame Dollhouse $250 at Spunky Sprout

+ Our Children’s Gorilla