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These toy houses by Belgium company miniarchi are so beautiful that you want to keep them on display in your living room (and play with them while the kids are in school). Featured in Monocle, Ideat and other cool design magazines, they are definitely aimed at seducing parents as much as children.

A contemporary construction with sleek lines, the “Modular House” comes in a box that contains different pieces that one can freely assemble to create each time a new layout. Children will explore architectural foundations : they can play indefinitely with the shapes, the walls, the space and furniture, getting a real sense of the implications of building like real architects. 

The house and furniture is in Playmobile scale, easy to transport in their Mini Box. The furniture pieces are clearly inspired by Gerrit Rietveld and Charlotte Perriand.

The Modular House is made out of birch, and exists in a white lacquered version, or natural.

Available In France (Balouga Paris), Spain (Tisdel Disseny Barcelona), Portugal (Fondaçäo de Serralves, Porto) and Belgium (Direct Design, Brussels).

Full list of retailers here.