Good god. Some of this stuff works more intuitively than what we use today. In 1963, on a computer built in 1958. This (and part 2/2) blew my mind.
A Dolls’ House by David Adjaye, Zaha Hadid, FAT, dRMM and others | via
Twenty architects and designers including Zaha Hadid and David Adjaye have designed and constructed dolls’ houses, each integrating a feature that would make life easier for a disabled child.
Property developer Cathedral Group enlisted a host of UK designers, including FAT, dRMM, Make Architects and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, to come up with designs for the bespoke structures in a bid to raise £100,000 for disabled children’s charity KIDS.
I’d be okay if all political ads were like this. Actually, we’d probably all be a little more okay.
And I felt proud making a rough cornhole set…
I wish someone would make one of these for me.