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Smart Children's House For Charity by Doherty Design Studio

Smart Children's House For Charity by Doherty Design Studiodoherty design studio constructs children's cubbyhouse for charity

Melbourne-based architecture practice doherty design studio has created this whimsical and playful cubbyhouse influenced by a nomadic gypsy wagon. named the ‘vardo hut’, the children’s space was initiated to help raise funds for charity and in the end, it was auctioned for $9000.
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 the designer cubbyhouse created to raise funds for the charity kids under cover
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a ‘treehouse-esque’ loft level was created and common garden materials utilized
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a clear roof allows in natural light (while also providing a visual connection to surroundings
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the scheme was part of an important annual fundraising competition where entrants design and build creative
children’s cubby houses
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the design mimics the frontage of the traditional gypsy wagon
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the overall design educates children on living sensitively within nature
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multiple points of entry and ladders engage the young mind and sense of adventure
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left over materials were incorporated to form the steps at the rear of the cubby
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the concept allows for children to create hanging gardens from the form to further integrate it within its surroundings

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