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With the gift-giving season just around the corner, many will be on the lookout for unique and functional gifts for children. The Emerson House by brinca dāda is as much a gift for kids as it is for parents with discerning tastes. Beautifully made, it blends into most modern home settings. Add a couple of pieces from the Classic Contemporary furniture line and it will be hours of fun for imaginative young minds.
Emerson House draws inspiration from Richard Neutra’s Desert House and A. Quincy Jones’ house for Gary Cooper. With seven rooms including a living room, kitchen, dinning room, library/office, master bedroom, bathroom and child’s bedroom, it features many distinguishing architectural features like glass corners, minimalist cut stone fireplace, scored hardwood floors and recessed LED lights powered by solar panels. Emerson House measures 18”x21”30” (H-W-L) and is built at 1:18 scale.
The house is easy on the environment with only non-toxic and lead-free wood stains and paints. It also recently won GREENretailer’s 2010 Eco-Choice Award for “Most Innovative” New Product.
The Classic Contemporary furniture line from brinca dāda is the perfect complement to both Emerson House and Bennett House.
The line’s clean and sophisticated aesthetic mixes classic modern design with contemporary “in fashion” highlights. In the words of the designers, “The key was to work on every detail to add an extra dimension of authenticity to this dollhouse. We used American black walnut stain as a common thread, giving a contemporary feel to each room. We then added color as accents, but also as an attraction to children’s sensibilities.”
Classic Contemporary offers furnishings for seven rooms and is fashioned from high-quality woods and non-toxic, lead-free stains and paints.
Visit brinca dāda for more information on Emerson House, Bennett House and the Classic Contemporary Furniture line.
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