Every Parent Will Want this Green Modern Doll's House with Working Solar Electric System


Brinca Dada

Create your own scenes from Unhappy Hipsters with the Brinca Dada modernist doll's house; these days most people can only afford a house this big anyways. Hoping to be the Joseph Eichler of the doll house biz, Douglas Rollins hired young architect Tim Boyle to design the Emerson house.
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It is a bargain at only $64.37 per square foot ($ 299). And that includes a working photovoltaic roof that powers recessed LED lighting. They write:

Newly listed, the Emerson House is the perfect home for the modern family. The home has six rooms including a living room, kitchen, library/office, master bedroom, bathroom and child's bedroom. With its large, open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows, the Emerson House enjoys year-round sunlight. The modern house features many extras including mitered-glass corners, two fireplaces, sliding glass doors, solar panels, and recessed LED lights. Finally, the house is easy on the environment with only non-toxic and lead-free wood stains and paints.

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