Everyone may be raving about the Dutch making their mark on the NYC urbanscape once again, but let’s not forget about the Danes who have perpetually kept our interiors cool and colorful with iconic designs like the Panton and the Egg. If you’ve been looking for a quirky statement piece that’s meant to spark some interesting conversations, then consider bringing a little Danish design into your home with this incredible wall-mountable dollhouse by Minimii.
The dollhouse is the work of Minimii creative directors Linda Stenberg and Claus Hojer Hansen. They designed the miniature as a 1:16 replica of the 1920s countryside home built by Arne Jacobsen in Charlottenlund, Denmark. And unlike previous iterations geared specifically towards children, this little space can conveniently open and close to keep trinkets and other small items disguised but within easy reach.
But of course, for those who love collecting, this little house also begs to be filled with tiny versions of Jacobsen’s furniture designs.
The Minimii dollhouse can be purchased at the Minimii store here. And if you really want to make it true to life, see how the home was originally decorated in the video below.