We’re teasing you here – because this Piet Mondrian-inspired modernist playhouse is a one-of-a-kind item.
It has been designed by Stephen J. Vanze of Barnes Vanze Architects, created as a charity project and ultimately auction to benefit Rebuilding Together, which is based in Montgomery County, Maryland, USA.
The idea was to create a playhouse kids would love, but one that wold astir look good in the garden when the kids have grown up and left. We think this looks like it fits the bill perfectly.
It’s a playhouse sized 10 feet by 8 feet by 11 feet and kitted out inside with full decoration, as well as a large chalkboard, a glass panel on the floor, built-in storage, a window seat, an upstairs loft space, LED lights and glazing to let in plenty of natural light.
It cost $25,000 to build, so you’ll need to bid more than that to secure it. Find out more at the charity website.