Design houses for children
In general, the children’s houses are often an aesthetic aberration. They are made of plastic painted in strident colours and most respond to the stereotype of House, with its sloping roof, door, its window and its chimney sticking out. Fortunately, not all are as well, as for example these beautiful houses of design for children.
Houses of life, is of the put in the garden for children to play, but that its creator, the architect David lamolla has wanted them to give a special touch, creating designs inspired by different architectural styles, from the modern movement until the Japanese avant-garde.
My favorite is illustrating the entry, as it is based in what is for my best all the time House, Mies Van der Rohe Farnsworth house. His name, Illinois, is a reference to the State of United States in which it is located, and although you are allowed some license, reflects very well the spirit of the original House.
The next on my list of favorites is the Kyotomodel, because it not only knows very well convey that as Japanese style, blend of minimalism and deconstructivism, but that also is the most versatile, since it has different sizes and you can even add a second floor.
I do not know how dangerous can be the second height, but if I had garden and children, would undoubtedly be the option to choose, because it has to be really fun and, from the aesthetic point of view, is very well provided.
The other two models are perhaps which are better integrated into the decoration of a garden, because its design is less striking. I especially like the Casafórum, with the punched sheets in a coating of steel sheet that mimics the steel cut fashion is today.
The other model, known as Hobikken, is a style that we could define as Nordic, turning the home games in a small, cozy and modern cabin, as that could find us in the middle of the Norwegian fjords. The smaller version is ideal for those who have no garden but it is a medium-sized terrace.
As you have seen, it’s a beautiful little houses, ideal children encourage their creativity and grow without the shackles of the many stereotypes that tell us how to be a House.
They are made of plywood and other quality materials, are the weather-resistant, easy to assemble and require little maintenance. In addition, the company that manufactures them and distributes, SmartPlayhouse, is Catalan, so do not need to worry about a possible shipment.
However, there is a big but, and is that so many benefits are paid, so you have to spend at least a couple of thousands of euros for the small and simple models to do with any of these houses of design for children, and up to almost nine thousand for the Illinois model with some extras like interior lighting or door.
Finally, I leave you with a gallery to get the long teeth or, who knows, motivate you to save to give them one to your children.