Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Qubis Haus - Rocking to the Rooftops

The dual designed Qubis Haus is a multifunctional piece for the home. Part coffee table part dolls house its a piece that will be played with and around and used by all the family. The transformational design invites play; with sliding walls made from wood and perspex the 'designer' can arrange the rooms and alternate the layout. The house itself with its beautiful simple lines is made with solid birch ply wood lending itself to a sleek and contemporary aesthetic.  

It is a beautiful piece that invites both a pot of tea shared with friends as much as the curious child who's imagination can play amidst the conversations around them, bringing family together in a creatively shared space.

Collections of magnetic furniture that click together to create tables, beds chairs and lamps and much more have been made from locally grown sustainable oak and cleverly hand crafted into varying shapes and sizes, they snap together with the help of embedded magnets magically transforming them into piecs of furniture. There are suggestions for designing the furniture though there really is no limit to the ways in which you could create different pieces and design your own arrangements. 

Amy Whitworth's designs are a welcome addition into the boutique. Rocking to the rooftops with possibilities for play Amy has joined child's play with something a little more grown up, and we love it!

Take a further look here.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, I just discover your shop and blog. I really love your collection of bobochoses for home, especially the great rugs and pillows. Many shops are interested only in clouds, so i', glad to find you. I mention your shop on my blog, in the collage with some accessories for girl's room. I hope you like it! Good luck. Agata